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Evaluating and Citing Information Overview

All LibGuides are designed to help students and faculty find the information they need to complete their academic work.  Whether you are working on a five page paper, a five minute presentation, or a doctoral dissertation, the Librarians at SU want to support your efforts. 

LibGuides will generally provide you with best sources of information including but not limited to:

  • Reference books
  • Circulating books
  • General purpose databases
  • Topic specific databases for finding journal articles 
  • Primary sources
  • Web sources

LibGuides will also provide you with "How Do I?" resources which will help you through the process of research

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Stacy Baggett
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Stacy B. Baggett
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Smith Library, Room 115
(540) 665-4819
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