Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Apr 24, 2024     Views: 73

Please explore the selected resources below to get to know your library, and learn about resources and skills that will help you as you work on your SPHS511 literature review.

Then, when you're ready, connect with the librarians using the options on our Ask a Librarian page
We'll be happy to answer any questions that you have!
 

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Subject pages are a great place to explore for topic ideas!  They'll link you to relevant databases, websites, multimedia sites and more.  See more tips for choosing a topic at this FAQ: How can I choose a research question?

 

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Lightbulb icon, courtesy of iconfinder.com. If you'd like to sharpen your skills even further, see:
  • The Advanced Research Skills section of the library's Research@APUS resource will show you some clever keyword techniques and deep-dive search strategies that will help you maximize your library search results.
  • SAGE Research Methods is a database of tutorials and information to help you design and carry out your own, original research study.  This will be especially helpful as you get ready to start your thesis or capstone project. For now, see the Project Planner, which includes a section on reviewing the literature.

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