Research Ate My Brain: The Panic-Proof Guide to Surviving Homework

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Annick Press, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Written in a breezy, humorous style, a handy handbook to writing a research paper shows students how to master the vast and complex resources that are available, from invaluable library materials to successful online fact-gathering. Simultaneous.

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This is a great book for teaching students the research process and the importance of evaluating information sources. The book is a light read and will appeal to reluctant readers since it is filled ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
Project Parts Under One Roof
13
Searching in Cyberspace
33
Copyright

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With 99 branches and 11 million items in circulation, Toronto Public Library is the largest library system in Canada and the busiest library in North America.

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