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Resources for papers
This guide will help you identify scholarly resources for use in working on Bios 262 related writing and projects.
Contact information for the science librarian is on the right, should you want to meet to review literature sources.
Explore the various pages in this guide.
- Before writing, spend a lot of time reading background information sources. This will help you create a conceptual map relevant as background for doing very focused scholarly literature searching.
- While your research will involve scholarly materials, you may find popular articles useful in identifying newsworthy research for which you can find the scholarly journals in which it was disclosed. (Caveat: much valuable scientific research is not newsworthy!) Also, you can use popular articles--if they're responsibly written--as a source of background information.