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Table of Contents
|Quick Guide to Research Navigator||p. 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|
|Link to the New York Times Archive||p. 3|
|Link Library||p. 3|
|The Financial Times Article Archive and Company Financials||p. 4|
|Other Resources within Research Navigator||p. 4|
|Using Your Library||p. 4|
|Start Writing||p. 5|
|Endnotes and Bibliography||p. 5|
|Using ContentSelect||p. 7|
|About ContentSelect||p. 7|
|What's in ContentSelect?||p. 7|
|Academic Journals||p. 7|
|General Interest Publications||p. 8|
|Searching ContentSelect||p. 9|
|Select a Database||p. 9|
|Basic Search||p. 9|
|Search by Article Number||p. 11|
|Advanced Search||p. 11|
|Full Text Results||p. 12|
|Abstract and Citation Results||p. 12|
|Using Link Library||p. 15|
|Link Library and the Web||p. 15|
|What's in Link Library?||p. 16|
|Finding Information with Link Library||p. 17|
|Using the Financial Times Article Archive and Company Financials Database||p. 19|
|Search by Keyword||p. 20|
|˘And÷ Behavior||p. 20|
|Case Sensitivity||p. 20|
|Searching Within Results||p. 20|
|Sorting by Date||p. 20|
|FT.com Company Financial Data||p. 20|
|Avoiding Plagiarism and Documenting Your Electronic Sources||p. 23|
|What Is Plagiarism?||p. 23|
|Using Copyrighted Materials||p. 23|
|How to Avoid Plagiarism||p. 24|
|Quoting Sources||p. 26|
|How to Include Reference Citations in Your Text||p. 26|
|American Psychological Association (APA) Style||p. 27|
|Modern Language Association (MLA) Style||p. 27|
|Chicago Manual Style (CMS) Guidelines||p. 28|
|Council of Science Editors (CSE) Style||p. 29|
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