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.Humbul Humanities Hub http://www.humbul.ac.uk A large catalog of online humanities resources, from the University of ... Dance BUBL Dance Resources http://bubl.ac.nk/link/d/dance.htm Searchable links to hundreds of dance resources.
|Title||:||The Little, Brown Guide to Research and Documentation|
|Author||:||Jane E. Aaron, Daniel Anderson|
|Publisher||:||Longman - 2003|