Last Updated: May 9, 2013
Any information you use that comes from another source, including books, journal articles, databases, or websites, must be cited according to the style guide specified by your instructor. Included in this part of the research guide are separate pages for the different styles that may be consulted for your research papers and projects.
The St. Martin's Pocket Guide to Research and Documentation, 5th ed.
Call Number: REFDESK Z710 .L86 2012
Publication Date: 2012
The St. Martin's Pocket Guide to Research and Documentation, Fifth Edition, is small enough to fit in your pocket but big enough to provide all the reliable help you'll need with research assignments across the disciplines. Offering advice for planning, conducting, and documenting your research, the Pocket Guide includes new annotated source maps that give step-by-step guidelines for citing print and electronic materials, advice on evaluating sources and navigating today's wired libraries, tips for about getting started on a research project, guidelines for avoiding plagiarism and for quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing sources, helpful lists of resource materials, both print and electronic, for over twenty-five disciplines, up-to-date documentation guidelines for MLA, Chicago, APA, CSE, and AIP styles, and sample student research writing in a variety of disciplines and documentation styles.