Question(s) | Identify | Find | Evaluate | Create and Share
Choose a research topic: how to define a manageable topic
Find background sources on your topic
Worksheet: Forming a research question
Pick the right database for my topic
Use library subject guides to identify tools for exploring my topic
Create a keyword search to use in databases or the catalog
Get full text of articles
Track down a citation I've found
Worksheet: Research log (Word document)
Get organized: track the sources I've found
Annotated Bibliographies: guidelines from Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Digital Grinnell Repository: shares scholarly and creative work created at the College with the larger community.
Venues for Presenting Research: consider submitting your research or MAP project to a conference or for publication.
Who are Hannah and David and why do I see blue bubbles everywhere?
Hannah Haines and David Dibble are two Grinnellians trying to make sense of the research process and excel in their classes, while holding down work-study jobs and participating in a bazillion student groups. We'll be eavesdropping on them as they work through the research process--shhh, don't tell!