Want more information on a topic? Refine your Google search with "site:.edu".

This will search only sites that end in .edu. Helpful when you're stuck needing more information on a topic, or you need alternate sources.

Want more information on a topic? Refine your Google search with "site:.edu".
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When trying to make words illegible that you've written, write random letters over the copy instead of striking through with lines.

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When writing an essay that only has a single source, search for that article's sources.

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When writing an essay that only has a single source, search for that article's sources.

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