a. Locate sources
When looking for a website, make sure you list down the web address (URL). You might find what you need at Cool Links. If your sources is a person find out how you may contact him.
b. Find information
If you did concept mapping where your main idea/topic is in the middle look at the related words/sub-topics linked to your main topic. You may use these as your keywords when finding information on your sources.
When Looking at:
• A Book: Look at the index or table of contents for your
topic and keywords.
• An Encyclopedia: Use the index volume (usually the last volume in the set) for the topic and keywords.
• Online Sources (Web sites): These usually have a FIND function, type
in your keyword/s on the search box to find what you need.
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