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WRI 182: Modern Childhood: Welcome!

Research guide for Dr. Erin Raffety's writing seminar (Spring 2015)

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About this Research Guide

Dear Students,

The resources in this guide will help you get started with your research. Please remember, however, that Princeton has one of the world's great research collections, so that there are countless other resources to explore if and when you need them. You can discover these via the Library's home page. Please bookmark it today. 

On the left panel of this page you will see all the ways you can seek assistance from librarians for research of any sort. You can also contact me using the info on the right.

My colleagues and I look forward to working with you throughout your career at Princeton.

Sincerely,

Audrey Welber

P.S. If you would like more background about the library research process and how to adapt it to the variety of complex projects you will encounter as an undergraduate, you can refer to The Elements of Library Research, a book by Mary George, former Senior Reference Librarian for Humanities & Social Sciences. There are several print copies in various libraries on campus; use the Main Catalog to determine location and call number.

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Audrey B. Welber