Using Sources Effectively, Fifth Edition targets the two most prominent problems in current research-paper writing: the increase in unintentional plagiarism and the ineffective use of research source material. Designed as a supplementary textbook for both undergraduate and graduate courses, this book will help every student who uses research in writing.
Researching and writing can be fun. But how do you know you're quoting and summarizing properly in your written work? Discover how to understand public domain, how to cite a source, and how to use someone else's words appropriately in your papers and projects.
Assistance from the National Library of Medicine for authors in compiling lists of references for their publications, for editors in revising such lists, for publishers in setting reference standards for their authors and editors, and for librarians and others in formatting bibliographic citations
Business writing is a space occupied by many individuals that has not been given the attention it deserves. The Style Guide for Business Writing, Second Edition, is designed specifically to assist business writers in both the public and private sector, including those publishing with English as a second language; authors of academic papers; business book authors; financial journalists; and writers of reports, proposals or even just e-mail and memoranda.