9780205633401

Pearson Guide to Research Navigator

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  • ISBN13:

    9780205633401

  • ISBN10:

    0205633404

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/15/2008
  • Publisher: Pearson
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Summary

Research Navigator is designed to help you with the research process, from identifying a topic to editing the final draft. It serves as an ideal starting point for your research and offers guidance on how to make your trips to the campus library more productive. Research Navigator includes four databases of credible and reliable source material to get your research process started:

Table of Contents

Quick Guide to Research Navigatorp. v
Introducing Research Navigator™p. 1
What Is Research Navigator and How Can It Help with Research?p. 1
What's in Research Navigator?p. 1
ContentSelectp. 2
Link to the New York Times Archivep. 3
Link Libraryp. 3
The Financial Times Article Archive and Company Financialsp. 4
Other Resources within Research Navigatorp. 4
Using Your Libraryp. 4
Start Writingp. 5
Endnotes and Bibliographyp. 5
Using ContentSelectp. 7
About ContentSelectp. 7
What's in ContentSelect?p. 7
Academic Journalsp. 7
General Interest Publicationsp. 8
Searching ContentSelectp. 9
Select a Databasep. 9
Basic Searchp. 9
Search by Article Numberp. 11
Advanced Searchp. 11
Full Text Resultsp. 12
Abstract and Citation Resultsp. 12
Using Link Libraryp. 15
Link Library and the Webp. 15
What's in Link Library?p. 16
Finding Information with Link Libraryp. 17
Using the Financial Times Article Archive and Company Financials Databasep. 19
Search by Keywordp. 20
˘And÷ Behaviorp. 20
Case Sensitivityp. 20
Searching Within Resultsp. 20
Sorting by Datep. 20
FT.com Company Financial Datap. 20
Avoiding Plagiarism and Documenting Your Electronic Sourcesp. 23
What Is Plagiarism?p. 23
Using Copyrighted Materialsp. 23
How to Avoid Plagiarismp. 24
Paraphrasingp. 24
Summarizingp. 25
Quoting Sourcesp. 26
How to Include Reference Citations in Your Textp. 26
American Psychological Association (APA) Stylep. 27
Modern Language Association (MLA) Stylep. 27
Chicago Manual Style (CMS) Guidelinesp. 28
Council of Science Editors (CSE) Stylep. 29
Referencesp. 31
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