IRIS 42: Information and Research Instruction Suite for two-year colleges

Follow the Leads to Other Sources

It's like getting a bonus for your work

At the end of articles in subject encyclopedias you'll usually find a list of sources that the author recommends. These sources tend to be academic in nature, and might be articles, books or web sites. This list may be called Works Cited, Bibliography, or Sources, but the purpose is the same: to lead you to additional good sources.

You might also find a See Also or Cross-References list that will lead you to other ideas and keywords.

Look for sources at the end of the article

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