Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is a celebration of our 100th episode! We are excited to share our top ten tips about how to research like a pro. We put the list together based on the questions we are most commonly asked in study groups and in our Facebook group. Listen in to find out more about objectives, timelines, locality guides, hypotheses, researching in phases, layered citations, multiple pages in a research log, and getting your report done.
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Peeling Back the Layers: Online Source Citations Part 1 – Diana’s blog post
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Diana and Nicole,
Congratulations on your 100th podcast! Your top 10 tips today was a wonderful review/summation of these main points. I was especially happy to hear “set a time limit” on locality guides as I have gotten bogged down in creating one for North Carolina. I look forward to listening to the next 100!!
Thanks for being a loyal listener! We appreciate you!
Hi ladies – congratulations on the 100th episode! I very much enjoy the podcast, and refer to your book over and over. You have indeed helped me take my research to the next level. Looking forward to the next 100!
I’m so glad to hear it!
Congratulations on the 100th episode! I really enjoyed listening to the Top Ten Tips. They were great reminders, and helped me to synthesize and clarify some of the things I’ve been learning. I had an “Aha” moment as you talked about writing the objective. It made me think about my current project, identifying the parents of my gg grandfather, and now I’m wondering whether I really know enough about him or whether I need to tweak my focus a bit! Hmmm… food for thought!
Thanks for all of your inspiration!