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720c5d9bec 36 With the craze of high school research papers and college term papers, it’s easy to get lost in an endless sea of references and links. This difficulty is compounded by the fact that you can never be sure what your professors will be looking for in your paper — not to mention how much time it takes just to read through all the sources. Caseware has put together a list of 37 websites and apps that will help you easily find information when you need it, so there is no excuse left for not being prepared for the next assignment. Now, Caseware will show you how to get started on your paper with researching tools and resources. This list will get you off to a good start and make writing your research papers a whole lot easier. The best part is you can use these resources to find anything from general background information to study guides for your next big test. Now, let’s jump right in and take a look at the best ways to start that research paper: The easiest way to get started is to write down what you already know about the topic — even if it isn't much — and then gather any personal experiences or pieces of information that you might have. As an example, we'll assume that your topic relates directly to music. For the next section of this paper, you'll need to get the title of the song (or album), any lyrics you might remember, and any artists who made it popular. These are all straightforward tasks that come with little to no research. If something deep down in your mind is telling you that you need more information on the topic, there are some great search engines that will help you find it (even if it's just a web link). Here are some useful sites where users can find information related to music: It's time to get down to business by searching for sources. The best way is using Google Scholar. You can easily put in authors names and topics. Here is a good article that will help you get started: https://www.google.com/scholar/articles#q=&hl=en&as_drrb_kw=&as_drrb_i=&as_drrb_lm=-1%26hl%3Den%26hl%3Den-2%26as_df=. Research papers often require original research, which means you should find the samples, quotes and other important information to use as your sources. If you need to find some high-quality sources on your topic, go to Google News. This is an excellent alternative to Wikipedia. Click “Topics” and then type in your word/phrase with the quotation marks around it. Click search, and then go to “Latest Headlines” or “Most Popular” for the most up-to-date news on the topic of interest. For this method, you need to do a general search using the words of interest + “reviews.” For instance, if you are interested in learning more about music festivals in Europe read reviews about them on Tripadvisor or ask questions on forums at Tripadvisor's site.

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