Awesome Research Tools
The right tool makes any job easier. Add these to your SuperWriter Utility Belt:
- This awesome list of scholarly search engines. Find reliable facts and data on just about any academic subject.
- Google Scholar. Google Scholar is Google’s search engine for scholarly literature like academic articles and peer-reviewed journals.
- Google Books. Find out which books cover a topic you’re researching. Some of the books are even available online for free.
- Your local public library. An oldie but goodie. It’s free, it’s organized, and it’s staffed by librarians who can help you find the information you need. As an added bonus, if you’re researching from print books, you’re more likely to find interesting facts and tidbits that are not already widely available online.
Original information source for the above: HubPages Weekly
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