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1: FIND YOUR TOPIC
2: USE BOOKS AND VIDEOS
3: RESEARCH YOUR TOPIC IN MAGAZINES, JOURNALS AND NEWSPAPERS
4: DIRECTORIES: Human-chosen websites, organized by topic
5: SEARCH ENGINES: Match key words via software "robots" or "spiders"
Google, Yahoo Search, or Ask.com are good examples. See links from Library Home Page. Most programs only require the entry of all terms wanted--program returns pages that include at least some of your search terms. For a better search, use quotation marks ("....") around phrases.
6: CITING SOURCES: MLA & APA Format