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PT 625: Introduction to Critical Inquiry: Home

Use this course guide to get started with your research for PT625!

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Best for: Any question, but especially in-depth research questions.


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Best for: Questions that can't wait but come up when the library is closed; citation questions; tracking down specific books and articles. 

PT 625 Research

Use this course guide to get started with your research for PT625! Although it only highlights a portion of the resources available to you through Collins Library (and beyond!), this guide can help you find books and articles, get in touch with your liaison librarian, or figure out how to properly cite your sources. 

Historical Anatomy (Sarlandiere 1829) via National Library of Medicine

Subject Guide

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