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Authors: Le, H. M. & Luckert, Y.
Year published: 2017
Title: Organizing your research.
Website Title: University Libraries Research Guides
Graduate students often find it difficult to stay on top of journal articles, reading notes, book chapters, reports, this-and-that obscure reference, and all the other materials that we come across in our research.
Organizational strategies that worked for you as an undergraduate or in your previous workplaces may not be able to accommodate the flood of information we encounter in our graduate studies.
This guide will provide you with some organizational tools and best practices drawn from the lived experiences of graduate students themselves to help you consider how to improve your own workflow.
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