This worksheet is meant to help you start exploring a topic of interest using resources demonstrated in class. Read the worksheet thoroughly, complete the exercises, and don't forget to print and attach the items you locate. Plan ahead to visit the library reference desk and consult with a reference librarian before the worksheet is due in class.
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