The Canadian Writer's Handbook focuses on the specific needs of Canadian writers. Throughout its five chapters, on issues of grammar, punctuation, mechanics, style and composition, the Handbook presents accessible descriptions for all levels of English writers.74a The Preliminary Bibliography Once you have decided on a researchable question, the first major step in gathering information is to ... Research Tip Recording the Date of Your Access to Electronic Sources When you access a periodical article or website on the Internet, you must note the specific date of your access, as this information must be included in the MLA works-cited entry for the source. ... First, as you locate and evaluate a source, make out a bibliography card for it.
|Title||:||The Canadian Writer's Handbook|
|Author||:||Messenger, William E., Judy Brown|
|Publisher||:||Don Mills, Ont. : Oxford University Press - 2005|