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Reading: Research Strategies, Chapters Four through Six: section 1
State your research question.
1. In relation to your research question:
a. a. Do a search with the Books tab in Library OneSearch on the library homepage (http://www.twu.ca/library/)
b. Indicate two or more search words you used; and
c. List eight books that speak to the question (use APA citation style). Put your citations in alphabetical order by author, and do not number them.
[Note: Books tend to be broad, so you may need to find books that cover your topic in only one chapter or section. For example, if you have a research question like this – What are the wedding etiquettes in Britain in the 1800s? – you might find that a search on wedding Britain 1800s gets you nothing. In that case, look for works on Victorian culture or social custom might get you relevant results.]
2. Do the search again with the same search words. This time, use the hyperlinked Subject Terms on related books' pages or use Limit by Subject limiter on the results page to choose two or more subject headings. You can see how to do this in the OneSearch Guide at http://libguides.twu.ca/LibraryOneSearch/Limiters, column 1.
a. List the subject headings you chose.
b. List eight books that speak to the question (use APA format that includes author, title, place, publisher and date). Put your citations in alphabetical order by author, and do not number them. If you don't have eight books left, do the procedure, list the relevant books you have, and explain that there were no more.