The Little, Brown Guide to Research and Documentation
ISBN 10: 0321198239 / 0-321-19823-9
ISBN 13: 9780321198235
Publication Date: 2003
Based on the bestselling Little, Brown Handbook , this brief, handy, spiral-bound book offers an up-to-the-minute, accessible reference for students who are conducting both print and electronic research across the disciplines. Beginning with a handy schedule to help students plan their projects, Part I lays out the essentials of research, from finding to evaluating to integrating sources. The text illustrates a search of a library subscription service while also providing a case study in evaluation of a Web site. A full chapter shows how to recognize and avoid plagiarism. Part II offers comprehensive help for researching in the disciplines, including extensive annotated lists of library and Web resources; lists of style guides; thorough coverage of documentation and format in MLA, APA, Chicago, and CSE styles; and complete student sample papers. Throughout the book, links to the companion Web site for The Little, Brown Handbook lead to video tutorials, exercises, and further Web links.
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