#A5 p.35: 76.69% of the hyperlinks selected from home page are for articles and the catalog
#B2 p.76: online library guides evolved from the paper pathfinders of the 1960's
It may have struck you that you just read a lot of "re" words: re-read, re-organize, re-group, re-shuffle, re-think. That's right; working with your notes essentially means going back and reviewing how this "new" information fits with your own thoughts about the topic or issue of the research.
Grouping your notes will enable you to outline the major sections and then the paragraphs of your research paper.