To search for information, there are two important things to do before you start:
Here's an example:
Choose tools that cover the academic areas you have identified, to search for journal articles. (Tip: Ask a librarian if you are not sure which databases to use!)
Citing the sources we use to provide information for our research is a vital and expected practice of all researchers.
There are many different types of citation formats, such MLA, APA, and CSE.
Some of the databases provide ways to get a pre-formatted citation, but some do not. If you cannot find a pre-formatted citation, here are some guides to help you put the information into the correct format:
Whichever citation style you use, it is important to be consistent throughout your work.
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