Thomas Edison State University By Thomas Edison State University • November 5, 2013

How to Conduct College-Level Research [Infographic]

Are you new to academic research? Haven't used a research library in five, 10 or 20 years? Received your first written course assignment and unsure where to begin?

Research is not a complicated process. There are many resources, services and online tools available to help students, like you, find books, journals, databases and other research materials necessary to begin writing. Librarians can help you track down difficult-to-find items in print or electronic collections and assist with research.

Take the mystery out of conducting research by following this simple, 6-step plan:

How to Conduct College-Level Research


For more assistance on how to start your research, how to search online databases for articles, citing your sources, general writing guides and more, click here to visit the New Jersey State Library's Information Literacy for TESU Students website. 

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