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Where should you look?
There are a variety of information sources:

 

1. Encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs, atlases, and handbooks are great starting points for overviews of topics or quick facts.

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3. Books cover a topic thoroughly, though they may not be as current as other sources.

2. Newspapers and magazines are reader-friendly and good for current events. Journals are more academic in nature.

 

magazines and newspapers
And there's the Web . . .
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