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Last Updated: Mar 9, 2014 URL: http://libguides.uccs.edu/id1010_driven Print Guide

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Introduction to this LibGuide!

This guide is designed to help you with your leadership paper for ID 1010 - Driven. While this guide is jam packed with information, it will focus on:

• Using the Library VPN to access library resources from home

• Search tips and strategies that can be used to find books and journal articles

• Finding academic research, such as books and journal articles

 

A Helpful Checklist

For this assignment, here is what I recommend:

  1. Create your keywords list
  2. If you are unfamiliar with your leader, use a reference source
  3. Search your keywords in the library catalog (search for books)
  4. Search your keywords in a database (search for journal articles)

If you can't find at least 2 academic resources, consider modifying your keywords or talking with the library's reference desk.

 

Citing Your Research

You must cite your research for your leadership paper! While most library tools, such as the catalog, provide you with citation information, rarely do they show you HOW to cite a resource.

If you need help citing research, I recommend using:

as just a few resources.

Your Librarian

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Tabatha Farney
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Phone: 719-255-3079
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What can your librarian do for you?

I am your personal research resource for this class. So feel free to contact me for help for any of your classes! You can:

Make an appointment with me to cover a specific research topic in depth.

Email me your questions – anything from Library VPN questions to research related questions.

Can't reach me? The Library has an excellent Reference Desk that is staffed by knowledgeable librarians. You can call, email, instant message, or text the Reference Desk! Check out how on the Library's Ask Us page.

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