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HIST 152: Overview

A guide to help students in History 152.

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Research Basics

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Research is a process It can take more time and effort than simply plugging a few keywords into Google and taking the top three hits.

  • Work broad to narrow.  Gain an overview of your topic before you delve deep
  • Always "be researching"  -- Look carefully at what your sources are telling you; use them to guide your research.
  • Bibliographic Mining --  Examine the bibliography of secondary sources to find primary and other sources to help you.
  • The Librarians are here to help you. 

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