Welcome to the research guide for CMS.701. I've put together the resources below to help you find supporting material for your papers and oral presentations. Not every resource or even resource type will provide what you need - that depends on your topic - but I would recommend checking multiple sources just to make sure.
This tool searches across our library catalog and many of our article databases at the same time. It can be excellent place to start if you're unsure of which database or even discipline might cover your topic, but be aware that it will likely generate a very long list of results (depending on the topic).
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The short video below provides a nice overview of how Zotero works. It was created by Kyle Denlinger, Digital Pedagogy & Open Education Librarian at Wake Forest University’s Z. Smith Reynolds Library.