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ASTR 25 - Galaxies and Cosmology   Tags: astr.025-wi13  

Winter '13 - Prof. Wegner
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General Tips to Get Started

  • Pick a topic!
    The easiest way to pick a current topic is to read the news! What is buzzing right now?
  • Start looking for information around your topic
    Click on this link or the tab above ("Finding Materials") to start exploring. Good places to start are encyclopedias, the Library Catalog, and Web of Science.
  • Use the Astronomy Research Guide
    for more resources in astronomy.
  • Contact me for consultations
    I strongly encourage you to meet with me to talk about any aspect relating to your paper (i.e. search strategies, formatting, proper citation).
  • Ready to write?
    Click on this link or the tab above ("Writing Your Paper") for some guidance on synthesizing all your research into a successful paper.

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