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Resources, tips and tricks for your research
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Class Handouts

A few class handouts in MS Word format. Other handouts available as links throughout this webpage.


Welcome to Research Strategies for JOUR 300! Today in class we'll cover resources, tips and tricks that will improve your research skills and make your life easier (at least in this class)!

What do I hope you'll learn today?

1) How to use the library and get help with research

2) How to do community research for your reporting assignments

You can return to this website anytime to download course documents, link to resources, brush up on techniques, or contact me or another librarian for help.

Thanks for coming!


Nicole Allensworth

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San Francisco, CA 94132-4030
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