A supplemental text for use in introductory survey courses in history.
Like a reliable travel guide, this book assists students as they “travel” through their history courses. Easy-to-use and informative, A Guide to Your History Course walks students though how to study textbooks, how to write papers, how to avoid plagiarism, and even how history as a discipline works.
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A Guide to Your History Course
What Every Student Needs to Know
Vincent Alan Clark
History students are like travelers in a foreign country. They can benefit from a guidebook that provides them orientation, information about important sites, and helpful information for solving practical problems. A Guide to Your History Course is designed to show them the way. Some of the topics discussed are:
Behind the Scenes: the Historian's World (Chapter 3)
How to Study History (Chapter 4)
Using the Internet (Chapter 7)
How to Participate Effectively in Class (Chapter 5)
How to Write Research Papers (Chapter 9)
How to Avoid Plagiarism (Chapter 12)
Research Navigator TM helps students make the most of their research time. From finding the right articles and journals to drafting and writing effective papers and assignments, Research Navigator TM simplifies and streamlines the research process. It includes three exclusive databases: EBSCO's Content Select Academic Journal Database, The New York Times Search-by-Subject Archive, and Best of the Web link library.
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Book Description Pearson, 2008. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0131850873
Book Description Pearson, 2008. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110131850873