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Instruction Session Reporting Form
From the Harvard Kennedy School library at Harvard University. 5:39 min. video describing citation searching.
Literature Reviews: An Overview for Graduate Students
Although long (9:38 min.) this video developed by NCSU, does an excellent job defining a literature review and the steps in the process of research and writing. It is a good video for a pre-session assignment.
One Perfect Source?
Another video from NCSU (2:08 min.) about why you may not find that one perfect source with all the elements of your topic and what to do when this happens.
Picking your Topic is Research
Good (3:11 min) video about the research cycle from NCSU. Presents not only the cycle but the concepts of narrow and broad topics.
What is a Good Research Question?
From the George Mason University Honors Program. 3:34 min video where students talk about what is a good research question.
EasyBib: Introduction to Subject and Keyword Headings
"Searching online for a research project requires strategy. Typing a complete research question into the search bar could leave you with millions of results that may not match your information needs. There are better, more efficient ways to search online. Using keywords and subject headings can help."