Government Sources for Scholarly Research (Refined Researchers)

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October 27. 4:30pm - 5:15pm.
Library room 214.

Presenter: Seth Porter.

Government information is one of the most cited source of information in scholarly research. Seth will show you how/why/when/where to use government information and documents for your research needs.

There are many free resources available for those wanting to study policy and government. Seth Porter's two classes will show you how to find the most authorative and useful resources for your research.

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There are two workshops in this series:

 You can attend one or both of these classes. Those who attend two or more will be granted a certificate of completion. For more information, feel free to contact Seth at seth.porter@uah.edu or by phone at (256)824-6130.

Refined Researchers are M. Louis Salmon Library’s series of free, open-to-all classes and workshops designed to bring new and informative looks at information literacy. No reservation is required. For more information about others, see http://uah.edu/library.