There’s a page on the UGL website that’s got all the answers for starting, doing and finishing a research project. No, really! Linked from the upper right corner of the UGL homepage, the freshly updated How Do I…? page has all kinds of library and research-related goodness.
Are you having trouble choosing your topic or developing a topic you’ve already chosen? We’ve got pages that can help with that too.
One of the best parts is there are also pages that can help you find all different kinds of information including:
- Background Information (search encyclopedias you can actually cite!)
- Campus, Local, and Regional Information
- Primary Sources
- Pro/Con Arguments
- Secondary Sources
Need to know which library supports your major? Need help citing your sources? What did we tell you, this page has everything.
And the best part? Most of these pages have customized PDF’s you can download and print for reference later. If you’re feeling even more low-tech, visit the display near the New Books section and Media Commons on the upper level and snag a few handouts—all printed out in bright colors and ready to act as your quick guide.
Special thanks to guest blogger Ashley Booth!