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An Introduction to Qualitative Research
An Introduction to Quantitative Research
Writing a great research paper. 5, Taking notes [videorecording]
Call Number: DVD LB2369 .W748 2007 v.5
The philosophy of note-taking (6 min.) -- Creating a bibliographic database (23 min.) -- What to capture : facts & ideas (12 min.) -- Alternative note-taking techniques (19 min.) -- Quoting, paraphrasing & commenting (16 min.).
Writing a great research paper : Picking an A+ topic [videorecording].
Call Number: DVD LB2369 .W748 2007 v.1
"Selecting the right topic for your research paper is a crucial first step toward earning a high grade. In this superb program, you'll review the fundamentals of academic writing as you discover the secrets of choosing that elusive 'perfect topic'! You'll learn to narrow your focus from a broad subject to a manageable topic, then from an intriguing research question to a strong working thesis" -- Container.
Writing a great research paper. 8, Quoting, citing & paraphrasing [videorecording].
Call Number: DVD LB2369 .W748 2007 v.8
"In this invaluable program, a research expert teaches you how to synthesize your research sources with your own ideas to form a cohesive paper that has one consistent voice: yours. You'll learn the right ways to 'plug in' the words of other writers within your own writing, so that your paper reads smoothly -- and you sound mature, thoughtful, professional, and scholarly "-- Container.