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Finding Sources You Can Trust


What's in this guide

Welcome to York University's subject research guide. This guide will introduce you to the processes and resources needed to successfully complete your papers and assignments. 



Student Success


Peer Reviewed 


Scholarly vs. Media Sources



Finding Articles


Search Strategy


Useful Websites



Learning Outcomes

Lecture 2: (November 6, 2014)

Identify scholarly and popular sources in order to select appropriate sources for your research paper.

Sign up and learn how to use Zotero, a citation management tool in order to create a bibliography in APA/MLA within seconds.

Identify a list of keywords specific to your topic in order to retrieve relevant books and articles in a library database for your research assignment.


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Can't find what you're looking for? Need help with your research? 

Book a free appointment with one of our research specialists.

Visit a research/reference desk at one of the libraries.

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