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Student Success - First Year, Any Year: Doing Academic Research
There are many ways to approach the research process. As you gain experience doing research assignments you will gradually develop a process that works best for you. In the mean time, you might want to look at the steps below, which represent one way you can organize your research process.
Read and understand your assignment
Email your professor any questions you may have OR
Arrange an appoint to talk to your professor during his/her office hours
Identify and develop your topic. ...
Do some background research to get a better understanding of your topic
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