5 Research Tools Students Often Overlook When they're given a research assignment most students immediately turn to Google to start their research. Unfortunately, many students don't recognize that they are limiting their research efforts by not going beyond Google.com to search. Here are five research tools that I introduce to students to get them to go beyond using Google.com. 1. School librarian and library resources. Every school librarian that I know is happy to help students learn to become better researchers.
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