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Library Resources for D510: The Flow of Information

This guide is designed to connect students in D510 to resources needed for library research.

Arts & Humanities Research

Arts & Humanities Research explained by the Chancellor of the University of Kent

Organizing your Social Sciences Research Paper

A guide from the University of Southern California on how to write a Social Sciences paper.  It includes descriptions of types of research design, describing the planning, and a discussion of the strengths and flaws of each kind of research.

https://libguides.usc.edu/writingguide

Information Dissemination by Subject Area

The social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences each have different ways of creating and disseminating information.  Things such as the importance of currency, or the privileging of certain source types, vary from subject to subject.  Below are links to helpful explanations about the flow of information in different subject areas.

 

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Subject Guide