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Our ideas don’t exist in a vacuum, and the best writing reflects that by pulling in, crediting, conversing with, and complicating the ideas of others. The process of finding those ideas and incorporating them into our writing can be frustrating, however; this chapter’s articles seek to remedy that.
Before you can do research, you need to know what you’re looking for. That’s where evidence comes in.
Citing sources for research papers seems unnecessarily, almost unfairly, complicated. What gives?
What are annotated bibliographies, and how does one go about writing the annotations part?
You’ve done the research—but how do you get that research into your writing?
Grover’s English is a repository of open educational resources created by Stephen David Grover and Emily Gilliland Grover