CO150 - College Composition
If you are a CO150 Instructor and would like to schedule a Library Research Orientation for your class, click here.
This guide will help you find magazine, newspaper, and journal articles. Use the gold tabs above to navigate.
If you have questions about library research, start by stopping by or calling the Help Desk (970-491-1841) or using our Ask CSU Libraries service. You can also submit a question using the form below. Good luck with your research!
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Before you come to the library
Write Down Your Research Topic
If you have an idea for a topic, or a research question or two, you'll be able to get lots done during the library session.
Work through this tutorial before coming to the library session. Concentrate on the "Begin Research" and "Find Articles" sections.
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If you would like more of the nitty gritty on doing great research, checkout this book online.
The Elements of Library Research: What Every Student Needs to Know by Mary W. George