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Find articles, books, and learning opportunities in physics and astronomy

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Welcome to the physics guide


Library orientation Fall 2021 undergraduate presentation (PDF) and graduate presentation (PDF)

On this guide you will find resources to support your research and writing, as well as things to consider when getting your research out and tips for tracking research and keeping up-to-date. Contact me for help of any kind, or to make suggestions to improve this guide.

Support for your research includes:

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Writing and citing

Getting your research out

Tracking research

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Concept mapping

Concept mapping can help you articulate, clarify, and organize your knowledge of a research project. Maps can grow with you, and be used to communicate your progress.

Visit our concept mapping guide to learn more!

Concept map example

The Turret (Schulich Library blog)

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