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GEB 3213 Communicating Business Information: The Research Cycle

Library Resources Guide, Spring 2020

The Research Cycle

6. Reflection

What went right? What went wrong? Use reflection to keep improving as you move on to your next paper or project!

4. Evaluating

What did you find? Use these to evaluate your sources:

The Library Research Cycle

Write Online: Academic Writing

Write Online was designed by writing experts from three universities who work with students on a daily basis. Our guides introduce you to the particularities of these genres, provide practical strategies for you to try in your own writing, and use model texts to help you better understand the organization, format, and language used in each of these types of writing.

Scholarship is a Conversation

2. Background

Use reference sources like encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks or even the internet to get a general overview of your topic. Use this information to help narrow and focus your research topic, and generate keywords.

3. Finding Your Way

Searching & Sources: