Citing the works of authors that you use to form your own research is a critical part of the writing and research process. Citation provides evidence to back up our own ideas and statement. It demonstrates where our work fits into the greater body of knowledge. And it gives proper credit where credit is due.
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For this class you'll search the scientific and popular literature for topics related to Wildlife Conservation in a postcolonial world. This guide will take you through the literature searching process and point towards resources to be used when conducting research for blogging and discussions. Navigate the guide using the blue tabs above or the following links:
No matter where you are in the research process, we encourage you to ask for information consulting services. Email us your question or request a consultation. Reference librarians are here to assist.