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How to do Research

How to do Research

How do you do research?

By developing a strategy to approach your topic and using keywords that break your topic into searchable concepts, you will save time and increase your efficiency. This guide will give you strategies to increase your efficiency when doing research.

The library consists of licensed databases for students, faculty and staff as well as links to freely accessible, credible information online. The librarians are here to answer your questions 7 days a week. 

Explore these strategies to help you conduct your research efficiently and effectively.

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