The College Student's Research Companion

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Neal Schuman Publishers, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 153 pages
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This thoroughly revised second edition of The College Student's Research Companion is a user-friendly guide ideal for students faced with writing their first assignment using the college library, and makes a perfect text for information skills classes and workshops. The highly current manual covers everything college students need in all formats available, including effective Web searching skills. It begins with using the OPAC and understanding library organization, and moves through essential reference books, how to use periodical indexes to find articles, CD-ROM databases and how they are used in libraries, an explanation of online databases and how they can help with research, and an overview of how to cruise the Internet to find information.

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User Review  - davidloertscher - LibraryThing

The term research here refers really to the finding and citing of information for whatever project you have been assigned. Quaratiello concentrates on: locating books, doing database searches, finding ... Read full review


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