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I'm Mark Shores, and I will be your librarian for this course. This research guide was created specifically for this course and the research assignment(s) given by your professor. The guide contains links to the most helpful resources to help you conduct research for the assignment(s) for this class. I've also included some instructions on how to find sources within these resources and some other helpful research tips.

If you have any questions at all during the research process, please don't hesitate to contact me. I'm here to help! My contact information is listed on the right-hand side of this page.

Getting Started

Feeling overwhelmed by the research assignment? Not sure where or how to start your research? The following tutorials and videos will help you learn more about the early stages involved in completing a research assignment.

"The Research Process" tutorial takes you through the first steps of examining the details of the assignment, to choosing a topic, to conducting background information about your topic to getting started on more in-depth research and writing.

Why Information Literacy Matters how the vast amount of information that we are bombarded with every day affects us and makes it difficult to determine what information is reliable and valuable. This tutorial also explains why it is important to evaluate information and provides some tips on how to determine which resources are best to consult based on the information you need to find.

Your Librarian at Hamilton

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Mark Shores
Rentschler Library
205 Schwarm
Miami University Regionals (Hamilton)
513-785-3203 or 513-785-3235