1b. Develop Questions & Keywords1d. Find Background Information1e. Refine a Topic
2a. Find Books2b. Find Articles2c. Find Full Text2d. Find Reserves2e. Find Images2f. Find Films2g. Find Websites2h. Search Strategies
3a. Evaluate Sources3b. Primary vs. Secondary Sources3c. Types of Periodicals
4a. Paraphrasing4b. Notetaking
5a. Plagiarism5b. MLA Citation Style5c. Works Cited Examples5d. Copyright
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Introduction

Writing research papers and creating presentations can be very challenging. Knowing how to take notes and paraphrase ideas can help.

 

Microsoft Office Help

Are you required to use Excel, Word, or PowerPoint for a paper or presentation? Do you feel comfortable using these applications?

If not, consider visiting the Microsoft Office website. The site contains a plethora of information on their products including how-to documents,  templates, webcasts, training videos and more.

 

Recommended Books

Some books from our collection.

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How to Give a Terrific Presentation - Karen Kalish
ISBN: 0585027625
Publication Date: 1997-01-01

Secrets of Power Presentations - Micki Holliday
ISBN: 9780585332208
Publication Date: 2000-01-01

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How to Present Like a Pro - Lani Arredondo
Call Number: HF5718.22 .A77 1991
ISBN: 0070025061
Publication Date: 1990-09-01

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