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|Finding and Evaluating Sources||Drafting
|Start off your research project on the right foot. This lesson will give you the tools to know how to understand your assignment, plan out your research, and get started.||Learn to get high-quality, scholarly articles from discipline-specific databases and the journals they search, critically evaluate them and use them with purpose||Gathering your research and presenting it in a clear and concise manner.|
|Proofreading and Editing||Documenting and Citing||Heritage Resources|
|Finish and cleanup of your paper, creating a work that effectively communicates with your reader.||Learn how to make citations to responsibly use the work of others, share your own work and establish your academic integrity.||Learn how to find and use a variety of rare, original, and archival sources collected by Western's Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Special Collections, and University Archives & Records Management.|
|LIT Toolkit for Instructors|
|Faculty and instructors, please visit the LIT Instruction Toolkit for strategies on using the Library Information Tutorials (LIT) in your classroom.|