Write My Dissertation: How To Find A Top-Notch Resource?
There is a formula to follow before searching for top-notch resources. Obviously, you already have a thesis approved; which means it is time to narrow your subject down. It is a good idea to narrow the paper to sections and subsection which will help you determine where to look.
DO NOT LIMIT YOUR SEARCH TO ONE KIND OF SOURCE
- Interview any subject matter experts. If you are writing on a legal issue an attorney or a judge is probably the best source for information.
- Check out the local library. Yes, the one that smells like moldy paper. Books are still a great place to find information. And more and more books are being published so the odds are better that the library will have current information.
- College libraries (especially public universities) have agreements where you can search the data base and find books relating to your topic that may be found in a different university library that can be shipped to you.
- Online resources. You can find digital books, blogs, and newsfeeds and a plethora of sources. Industry websites, individual researchers and their websites.
- Industry Periodicals. In print or online, most industries have a periodical which has information that is helpful.
FIND MOST CURRENT INFORMATION
- Define the term “current” to fit your needs. If you are writing on Roman History current may refer recent archeology search findings or it could be something written over one hundred years ago. If you are writing on technology, something published last month may be outdated, so you would want to keep looking just in case.
- Industry blogs are a very good place to find current information, just make sure that the contributor is reliable. It doesn’t take much more searching to find out if a source is a dud. Someone will expose bad information.
- Almost every industry, or company has a website. WebMD for medical information, Local and federal sites for Emergency Planning, and the list goes on endlessly. These sites have some of the most reliable and current information available. It is always good to double check.
It really is easier to find reliable information than it is to keep a good record of the information. It’s a good idea to make a record of the source and the keywords, section by section. You can find another method that will work for you. Whatever your resources, stay organized.
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