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Disability Studies:

List key research resources for students who are pursuing Master's Interdisciplinary Program in Disability Studies.

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Dear Disability Studies Students, Facult and Researchers,

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Leaning at the Libraries

What are scholarly communications?
What is peer review?
Types of publications at the library
Why do we cite sources?

The Library vs Google
Turning a Question into a Search
The Library Catalogue

 

What is Validity?

 


APA
Chicago
MLA
Science Citation Styles
AMA - Vancouver

Using Citation Generators

Citing

Citing 

 

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