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HIS 301/499: History Workshop: Introduction to the Study of History and Modern Kentucky History, 1930-   Tags: history, kentucky, research process  

A guide to selected paper and electronic resources for students in Dr. Tracy Campbell's History 301 and 499 classes.
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Introduction

This research guide is for students in Dr. Tracy Campbell's History 301 class/HISTORY  WORKSHOP: INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HISTORY with a subject emphasis on Kentucky history and History 499/SENIOR SEMINAR FOR  HISTORY MAJORS with a subject emphasis in modern Kentucky history, from 1930. It concentrates on resources to help you identify two types of research materials for your research assignment: primary materials and secondary scholarly sources. This guide can help you plan an efficient and effective research strategy, identify the primary and secondary resources available to you, and choose the best resources supporting your papers or projects.

The Research Process

If you need to review the basics steps to conducting scholarly research from selecting a topic to citing your sources please visit Research 101.

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