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WRIT 136: Staging Science


I hope this guide will provide some useful starting places for your research, as you work on your sourced papers. I'm happy to consult with you about any part of the research process, from finding and evaluating sources to understanding how to cite them. You can email me or make a Zoom appointment on my calendar. We can also arrange a time for a text chat — whatever works for you!   

Karen​ Storz, Research & Instruction Librarian

Get Started with SuperSearch

SuperSearch can be a great place to start your search for journal articles, books, and almost everything else the library has, in one easy to use interface. You can use the filters on the results screen to improve your results. Try limiting to Full Text Online, and then Book/eBook for books or Peer-Reviewed Article for scholarly journal articles.


For searching with more focus and precision, try one of the databases recommended on the Find Articles page, or search the Library Catalog from the Find Books page.

SuperSearch results can sometimes be overwhelming and unfocused. For searching with more focus and precision, try the key databases recommended on this guide, or search the library catalog for books and films. 

SuperSearch Video Tutorial

Looking for that One Perfect Source?

Your topic seemed so great! So why can't you find any information on it? If you're looking for an all-in-one source that addresses your topic perfectly, you might need a different approach. (From the North Carolina State University Libraries)

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