What types of sources are you likely to find when you search? The answer depends on which resources you use to conduct your searches - databases will get you articles, the library catalog will get you books, the Web will get you websites, etc, You can find links to these resources in the find background info, find articles, and find books and ebooks tabs in this guide's navigation menu. What types of sources are best for your research project? You can compare characteristics of different sources on the Types of sources tab under Evaluating information in the navigation menu.
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"Research" is a concept with a broad range of definitions. The description below is, accordingly, only one view of the research process. There will be variations on it -- thousands of them, in fact. The process described here is intended to serve only as one relatively common and relatively straightforward look at the research process. It is entirely likely that you will encounter literature that employs one (or multiple) variations on this process. That said, a comparatively stylized examination of the research process might look like this: