In this module you will learn about the eResources available to you at Kettering; how to conduct a literature search; making sure your sources are of the best quality; using reference software to construct your reference list; how to properly summarize papers; how to identify research questions in academic writing; how to construct your own research questions; and how to formulate your own research question and hypothesis based on constraints.
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