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Why Use Library Resources First?
In a word: TIME. When you are doing academic research the library resources will save you time. It does this in a few different ways:
- The vast majority of resources in the library's holdings meet the quality criteria required by college level assignments.
- The library's holdings contain scholarly, peer-reviewed articles that are freely available to you.
- Most of the library's databases offer a citation feature that creates citations in the most utilized citation styles like MLA and APA. This will considerably cut down on the amount of work you need to put into writing your Works Cited or References page.
(from Cite This For Me, The CRAAP Test: An Easy & Fun Way to Evaluate Research Sources)
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