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Use Credo Reference to find credible encyclopedia entries and to create mind maps!  Credo is the "Reference Sources" tab at library.shu.edu.  It is also listed in databases.  To the left are examples of mind maps you can use to identify keywords for your research.

Featured Topic - What is the difference between the World Bank and the IMF?

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank are institutions in the United Nations system. They share the same goal of raising living standards in their member countries. Their approaches to this goal are complementary, with the IMF focusing on macroeconomic issues and the World Bank concentrating on long-term economic development and poverty reduction.  Source: IMF, 2015.