Range of resources | Research as a non-linear process | Research strategies | Selection criteria | Setting boundaries | Getting help and support.
Strategies for starting the writing process | Evaluation for credibility, quality and relevance | Incorporating sources into your work.
Why you need to cite | Good research is dependent on the works of others | Direct quotes | Paraphrasing | Summarizing.
Get lengthier and more specialized research help with our book an appointment service.
Visit the Research Help Desk on the main floor of the Library for help.
Workshops are scheduled throughout the term.
How-to guides and videos on writing, research and citation
This guide was made possible through a generous grant from the Learning and Teaching Office, Ryerson University.
Academic content: Natalya Androsova (SLS), Kelly Dermody (Library), John Hannah (SLS), Kelly Kimberley (Library) and Don Kinder (Library).
Video production by: Jordan Kawai, PhD.
Actor: James Steenberg, PhD.
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