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This guide is designed to help you navigate the library's website and select the best resources for your health related research assignments. It is intended to be selective, rather than comprehensive; and its purpose is to introduce you to categories of information as well as to specific sources.
Some suggestions on approaching library research:
- Test the waters early on - if you can't find several articles on your topic, you may need to adjust it.
- Keep a careful record of where and how you have searched (ie., database or website name and search terms used) - it will save you time in the long run!
- Check the references in the articles, books, and reports you use - they may lead you to other useful resources.