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Research 101: Use Information

A guide to help you develop good research skills!


 

Introduction

Writing research papers and creating presentations is challenging, which requires:

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Are you comfortable using Excel, Word, or PowerPoint for a paper or presentation?

If not, consider visiting the Microsoft Office website, which offers how-to documents, templates, webcasts, training videos, and more.

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