Select a topic from the list below:
Write a concluding paragraph that identifies your favourite source and explains why this source is your favourite.
A search strategy log is a simple method for keeping track of the keywords, subjects, names, etc. that you have used while searching the library catalogue, databases, and the web. The log should clearly indicate what you searched and where you searched.
For example, if you were researching the topic wage gap, you might search the library catalogue and the database Academic Search Complete (ASC). Your search strategy log would then look like this:
Langara Lib KW = wage gap HITS = x (the number of results you retrieved)
ASC: KW = wage gap HITS = x