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Research Paper Help for ESL 151
This guide provides tools and resources to support ESL 151 research paper assignments.
With more than 200,000 copies in print, The Craft of Research is the unrivaled resource for researchers at every level, from first-year undergraduates to research reporters at corporations and government offices. Now, seasoned researchers an
In Digital Paper, Andrew Abbott breaks library research down into seven basic and simultaneous tasks: design, search, scanning/browsing, reading, analyzing, filing, and writing. He moves the reader through the phases of research, from confusion to organization, from vague idea to polished result. He teaches how to evaluate data and prior research; how to follow a trail to elusive treasures; how to organize a project; when to start over; when to ask for help.
A friendly, easy-to-use guide, Writing Research Papers walks students through every step of the research process — from finding a topic to searching the Web to formatting the final manuscript. The seventh edition is thoroughly revised to help students find and evaluate the very best sources amidst the flood of information that electronic searching makes available.
Use Credo Reference to get a quick overview about your topic. This is a good database to start with to get background information about your topic and identify keywords and related concepts used to describe your topic.
Almost 30,000 electronic books on a wide variety of topics ebrary ebooks are downloadable, compatible on mobile devices. Highlight or make notes in the text, plus there's a built-in dictionary and additional InfoTools
Multidisciplinary resource. Includes peer-reviewed (refereed) journals, magazines and newspapers. Proves access to more than 4,600 academic journals, most of which are peer-reviewed (refereed) titles.
Credo Reference Search
If you are on campus, you can enter your search terms into the box to find resources in Credo Reference. If you are off-campus, please go to the library's databases and use your GCC ID number and six-digit date of birth to log into Credo Reference.