Citation pearl growing

As you conduct your research and find quality materials on your topic, keep in mind the work that has been done before you. If you find a really good article on your topic, remember to look at the the references listed at the end of the article. This is a great way to find other relevant resources. So for example, if your article keeps referencing an important research article from the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), why not try and get your hands on that JAMA article. To do so, use the Find a Journal search on the library website. This will indicate if the Regis Libraries have access to the journal in print, microfilm, or electronically.



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