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Learn and develop lifelong skills to find, evaluate and use information effectively.
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--From Questions to Your Conclusion
--How to Find Relevant Sources
--How to Avoid Biases in Your Searches
--How to Select a Topic
--Using Pre-research to Understand Your Topic
--What to do When Your Topic is Too Broad
--Why You Need Many Sources
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