Library Research Guide
Welcome to the HISTORY 300 research guide. This guide will:
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Wonder what you're working towards? Take a look at some papers written by seniors in History.
These papers all demonstrate an ability to:
Also, the authors of these papers do a good job of citing or referencing their sources within the text so it is obvious what is evidence, or someone else's ideas, and what is original to the author.
This guide will hopefully guide you to the same results with your own research papers by giving you tips and suggestions on how to conduct historical research using the full suite of K-State Libraries' resources. If at any point something is not clear to you or you would like extra assistance, don't be afraid to ask!
Learn more about Chicago Style from
The Chicago manual of style
Some database have "Cite," or "Cite This" link for articles.
Zotero is a free tool that you can use to store citations and create bibliographies.
A librarian can meet with you at any point in your research process and help you: