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IDH 4031: The Nature of Writing

This guide will help you conduct your research to trace the stories of natural locations or living things and provide tips for presenting those findings in a conference poster.

What's in this guide?

This guide will assist you in finding primary -- and some secondary -- sources related to the locations and living things you select for your poster presentation. However, it is not meant to be exhaustive. If you hit a roadblock and need assistance, please feel free to contact me.

I look forward to seeing some of your final projects!

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Primary vs. Secondary Sources

In studying an interdisciplinary topic, you may have noticed that the term primary when referring to sources means different things across the disciplines. In one field, a type of source that is considered primary could be considered secondary to another field.