Search for citations when you want to analyze literature in a way that keyword or subject searching does not allow.
This guide was designed to help you:
Recognize that curiosity is an important part of developing research questions and learning new investigative methods
Understand that locating information is a strategic, nonlinear, and iterative process that requires the evaluation of a broad range of information sources as well as adaptive searching skills and the flexibility to pursue alternate strategies as you encounter new information
Yes: 2 votes (40%)
No: 3 votes (60%)
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