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Guided Research for Thesis and Project Writers

by Liz Cashman on 2019-08-29T16:08:53-04:00 | Comments

Are you working on a thesis or capstone project? Would you like guidance and some research tools and tips to help you along the way? It is not too late to sign up for the course LA275 – Guided Research for Thesis and Project Writers!

Recommended for sophomores and above, this one credit course is for those working on completing a senior thesis, capstone project, or an independent research project.

In this course, librarians guide students through the research process for thesis or in-depth written projects. Beginning with their own topics, students learn to form research questions or problems, develop strategies for discovering authoritative information, and the effective and ethical use of sources. Students have ample time for hands-on research pertinent to their project, with immediate guidance and feedback from the instructor.

If you would like to sign up for this course for the fall 2019 semester, it’s not too late - contact your advisor to register! This course will meet beginning the fourth week of classes.

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