There are 7 units in this tutorial , each with its own set of objectives, information, and exercises. Start with "The Basics."

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While at George Fox University you will need to research information for your papers and other assignments. Once you graduate you will most likely continue to research in order to make informed decisions in life. The information literacy skills that you have and that you will continue to develop will make the process of finding information for your assignments, your work, and your life much easier. Research 101 is an interactive online tutorial to help you with the information literacy skills that you need.

Research 101 is a tutorial that covers the basics, including how to select a topic and develop research questions, as well as how to select, search for, find, and evaluate information sources. This tutorial is intended to help improve your research, so you can tackle information problems anywhere.

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