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Assignment | Rhetorical Analysis Essay (Bridges): Find Sources

Spring 2020 | ENGL 1302 | Prof. Bridges

Before You Research

Scholarly articles are not the place to start your research. First, you need to get familiar enough with your topic to narrow it down, and for that you need more general information. This will help you develop context for your topic as well as get to know the specialized terms used by experts.

Finding Credible Sources

Evaluate sources for currency, relevance, accuracy, authority, and purpose

Library Resources

On the Web

Accessing the Databases

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