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Your Research Process
Before you begin a search, you first need to focus on what information you want and how you might find it.
In order to search effectively, it is crucial to select the correct tools to perform online research.
After you've defined and narrowed a research topic, you need to identify your search terms and develop strategies to perform your search.
Once you've found enough resources, the next step is to evaluate the search results.
There are three methods to properly incorporate the ideas of others to support your research. They include paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting.