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Biology: BIOL 2060 Resources

This guide is designed to help students access credible information related to Biology.

Microbiology: Resources

Welcome to the Microbiology section of the Biology research guide!

This page has been developed specifically for BIOL 2060. It will direct you to a variety of resources that may assist you with your research-based assignments. Choose from one of the options below based on the type of information you are seeking. Each option will provide more information and links to recommended resources.

General Information

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Use general information sources to learn about basic microbiology concepts, gather facts about bacteria, pathogens, or diseases, and set a solid foundation for performing more in-depth research. Click the image above to find general information.

Images / Video

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Using pictures, videos, and other multimedia can add to your research. Click the image above to find images and videos.

Scholarly or Academic Sources

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Scholarly or academic sources have often gone through a peer review process and are considered by most to be very trustworthy sources. Click the image above to find scholarly sources.

How to Cite Sources

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An important aspect of using the sources you find is properly citing them. Click the image above for help citing sources.

Data / Statistics

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Including data or statistics in a project can often strengthen your research and help place your information and writing in context. Click on the image above to find data and statistics.

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Contact the Science, Mathematics and Engineering liaison librarian: Amy.Scheelke@slcc.edu. You may also schedule a 30-minute library consultation with Amy.