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The Basics

Important Research Concepts

Resources for Undergraduates: Learn more about research strategies and techniques.

Citing Your Sources: Use to identify various style manuals and how to cite sources. *See also course syllabus*

Off-Campus Access: Provides details about off-campus access to TAMU Libraries electronic resources.

Evaluating Web Resources: Gain basic knowledge of WWW, Internet utilities, and search engines.

What is a Primary Resource The Society of American Archivists defines primary sources and provides examples of these resources.

Academic Integrity and Plagiarism

: This presentation defines plagiarism, academic dishonesty, and provides examples of plagiarism.

Copyright
         WATCH-Writers, Artists and Their Copyright Holders

LibCat is the catalog of books and journals in the library. 

CORS Cushing's Online Request System

  • ARCHON is a digital database of material in Cushing’s collections.
  • TARO Texas Archival Resources Online
 

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