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Graduate Students

This guide points to special resources for those starting on a large and complex writing project.

Literature Reviews

While most articles you read will start with a literature review, having step-by-step advice and models will prove helpful. Here are a few. Look for one in your discipline. Make an appointment with your librarian. All of us work with assigned departments https://library.mnsu.edu/help/librarians/?g=656217  Contact yours to get help. Usually librarians will help you identify a few disciplinary databases for studies, some contextual works, such as reference and handbooks, and current statistics or directory information that might point to experts and statistics that can be made available as soon as the study is completed.

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