Where to get free biology answers for homework questions? Sounds hard, but it is actually easy. Like everything else, it is just knowing where to look. Just like everything else, it is a matter of knowing how to look for them. Starting with keywords. They can be found in many places, even the students' own personal library.
Every student has some sort of personal library. Including textbooks, some books they have on the subject they are studying, journals, whatever. Most of these books and journals are useful. The biology textbook will have a certain amount of the answers needed. Other books and journals will depend on their subject matter. The students can start here and expand out.
Both the public and school libraries will have many good resources for the student. They will include books, journals, and media. From the topic and beginning research, the keywords should have already been set up. Looking for material in a library, will require keywords. Everything in any library will use a “key card” which has the item's name, dewy number, general subject, and a list of keywords. If like most libraries, they are computerized, then using the keywords needed for the topic, will give a quick list of matching material.
The internet is a double edged blade, in that as good as it is, it can also be a bad place. By knowing what to look for, the bad places can be mostly weeded out, before looking at their pages. But those that look good, can be told quickly once they are looked at on site. Most of the good sites are going to have an.edu, or a.org. These are Universities and organizations, their information is usually going to be good to use. The other sites are Businesses that work in the field, professional blogs, and student assistance sites.
Yes, talking to the right people can be a very big help. Starting with the instructor, they can give pointers to information that can be of great value. They can also give ideas on how to look something up, if they see a keyword that was missed. Or an idea that could help you find more information. If the student is working in the field, or close to it, they might talk to one of the heads. They might give an interview, loan a personal book that can help, or some pointers.
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