Using the Internet, Online Services, and CD-ROMs for Writing Research and Term Papersby Charles Harmon
Here is a completely revised and expanded edition of the acclaimed 1996 guide that does for electronic resources what Turabian does for print. Particularly helpful for high school and first year college students, the handbook explains how to utilize online library catalogs, the most commonly available indexes and databases (in print, CD-ROM, online, and Web-accessible formats), electronic encyclopedias, Web search engines, and commercial online information services (like AOL). Tips are provided for note-taking (including electronic note-taking), printing from electronic resources, and Web browsing. A chapter on citing electronic resources (using both APA and MLA styles) and two model research papers round out this practical book which can serve as a ready-reference tool, a circulating research guide, or as the perfect text for an introductory research course.
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