Using the Internet, Online Services & CD-ROMS for Writing Research and Term Papers

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Charles Harmon
Neal-Schuman Publishers, 1996 - Computers - 167 pages
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This is a basic guide to researching, writing and documentation for term papers which should be particularly useful for high school and college students. This text explains how to use: the Internet for subject searches, finding the most useful sites for popular topics and printing out hard copies (attention is also paid to browsing the Web and tapping into library resources); CD-ROMs for searching indexes, databases, full-text sources (such as electronic encyclopaedias) and learning about the most helpful CD-ROMs that are generally available; and online services such as America Online, Compuserve and Prodigy efficiently and economically to find information.

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Using the Internet Online Services, & Cd-Roms for Writing Research and Term Papers (Neal-Schuman Netguide Series)

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The contributors--professors, librarians, and freelance writers--attempt to update the traditional "how to write a term paper" and "how to use a library" guides for the electronic age. Aimed at high ... Read full review

Contents

Secondary Research Using Print Sources
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Secondary Research Using CDROMs
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Secondary Research Using Online Services
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