Need help getting started on a research assignment? Check out Steps of the Research Process for tips on getting started and planning for a research project.
Online Library Workshops
Online library workshops cover a range of useful research topics, and are offered online via Canvas. Some City College of San Francisco instructors assign library workshops, but students are encouraged to take them independently as well.
All information used for academic purposes should be evaluated. It is particularly important to evaluate the information found online - after all, anyone can publish anything on the web. To find out more about how to evaluate information, check out Evaluating Information.
Citing Information Sources
Citing information sources using a standardized citation format, such as MLA or APA, is required for responsibly using information. Visit Citing Sources for more information about citations.
Research Guides are a great tool to begin the research process. Designed by librarian subject specialists, they list print and online academic sources on almost every subject covered at CCSF.
Find easy to use guides to help you write from CCSF and other colleges on Writing Aids.
Library Information Skills (LIS) 10
Want to learn even more about the research process in a class environment? Check out LIS 10, a one unit, transferable, short term, online course.
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