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The Writing Process: Researching
The writing process has many components to consider. This guide provides help with brainstorming, planning, thinking, reading, editing and citing sources.
This exercise provides examples on how to critique a source for credibility based on publication information. This handout also provides two source outlines to demonstrate how credibility can be determined with the given criteria.
This handout offers multiple strategies for understanding conventions through an in-class exercise.
Researching involves knowing which sources work for to help you achieve goal of your research assignment. These tips help the writer to gather information, analyze the information and present it to the audience.
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