Library finding for research purpose

The process of proper arranging the materials collected in a library is referred as an organizing  library findings. For organizing library findings first it is necessary to prepare note cards. Each note card must be labeled with a topic heading. It must be reviewed all the materials presented in the note card. After reviewing, the contents of the  card is summarized and conclusion is drawn. The outline of the conclusion is drawn in terms of alternative headings which provide the logic for reviewed literature. It may necessary to follow this process several times until  it logically follows. This will help to decide which notes will be places in the body of the chapter.

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