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EH-105: Honors English Seminar

This guide can assist in doing research in the EH-105 (Honors English Seminar) class.

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Welcome to the research guide for EH-105: Honors English Seminar

Please use this guide as a starting point for doing research in this class.  If you run into any questions or are struggling to find what you need, remember librarians are here to help.  You can stop by the reference desk, use the Ask-A-Librarian link, or send us an e-mail.

It is suggested that you consult resources in the following order:

Reference Sources - this is where the most general information is located and is a good place to get background on a particular topic.  Be sure to check the bibliography or suggestions for further reading at the end of the articles you read -- they often lead you to other places where your topic is being discussed.

Books - more specific than reference material and usually focusing on one topic.

Articles - focus on a particular aspect of a topic.  This is also where the newest information on a topic can be found.

We can help you to:

  • Get started on your research
  • Cite sources
  • Find books, articles, web sites, primary sources, images, etc.
  • Find happiness
  • Refine your topic
  • Evaluate sources
  • Develop procrastination techniques
  • Order materials

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