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Radiologic Science Leadership: Get Started

This guide will assist you in accessing library resources for your research and coursework in the Radiologic Science Leadership program.


Welcome to the Library Research Guide for the Radiologic Science Leadership program. Use the tabs along the top to navigate to different pages.

If you have any questions about research, let me know. I am happy to help!

Before You Research - Get Background Information

Before diving into your in-depth research, it's helpful to get background information on your topic. Items such as encyclopedias and dictionaries can be an excellent starting point for your research.  In addition to offering reliable background information on issues and topics in your area of interest, they can also help you find a research topic. Use the following databases and ebooks to find background information on your topic.

Before You Research - Brainstorm Keywords

Before you start searching for articles, it's important to spend some time brainstorming keywords. Keywords are the words and phrases we use when searching. Watch this video from Brock University Library for more information on keywords and creating a search strategy. This will help you find your articles faster and easier.


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