You’ve been assigned a research paper and shown how to use the library database. You’ve typed in your search terms and gotten results, but have one of two problems:
- You have a lot of results – possibly tens of thousands – and you don’t know how to figure out which authors or publications are important.
- You got very few results and don’t know where to go from here.
One tactic you can apply is to mine your sources. Read on to find out what that means.
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