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  1. Know the difference between popular and scholarly sources in order to use appropriate material that meet your assignment's criteria.

  2. Able to categorize primary, secondary, and tertiary sources in order to utilize the most effective material when writing your research paper.

  3. Access and search the library's database resources in order to locate appropriate sources for your research paper.

  4. Appraise web resources using the CRAP test in order to locate credible sources for use in your research paper.


Starting Research Question

Example Topic:

How does Euripides' Medea address gender roles in 5th century Greece?


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