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POLS361 - U.S. Environmental Politics and Policy: Choosing Your Policy

Research Guide for POLS361 (fall 2009)

Note for Spring Semester 2017

I will be out of the office on work-related business overseas from early January to late April 2017, and I will have limited access to email during this time. ~Rob Sica

  • For research assistance, please contact my colleagues in the SSHAB Cluster.
  • For collections questions, requests, or suggestions, please contact our Coordinator of Collections, Allison Level
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Your Assignment

Consult your assignment for guidance and requirements:

Tips

Tips for Success

  • START EARLY - Do not put off your research or the writing of your paper. You'll want to have time to take advantage of helpful resources like help from library staff or the writing center.
  • CHOOSE SOMETHING YOU'RE INTERESTED IN - you'll be more invested in the process if you really want to find out the answer to something you're curious about. Curiosity breeds success with research. What things have caught your attention, affected your family or friends, made you provoked?
  • CITE YOUR SOURCES - Be accurate and consistent when citing your sources. Follow your paper guidelines and check this guide to citation styles.
  • USE THE ASSIGNMENT CALCULATOR to stay on track

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    Subject Guide

    Rob Sica
    Contact:
    Morgan Library 154
    Fort Collins, CO 80523-1019
    970.491.1047
    rob.sica@colostate.edu

    I'm out of the office on work assignment, January-April 2017, with limited email access..
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