The Web is always moving, always changing. As some Web sites come, others go, but the most effective sites have been well established. A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites provides a list of key web sites in various disciplines that will assist researchers with a solid starting point for their queries. The sites included in this collection are stable and have librarian tested high-quality information: the most important attribute information can have. The sites in this volume are arranged into 16 major categories: Arts and Humanities; Books, Electronic, and Print; Business; Computing; Education; Health and Medicine; History and Culture; Home and Recreation; Law; Libraries, Museums, and Museum Studies; Mathematics; News; Physical Sciences; Reference (General Information); Social Sciences; and Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism. Although the scope of the book is broad, it touches upon subjects useful to a variety of researchers: from grade school, high school or college students to business professionals, teachers, and professors.Documentation Guidelines: Citing Sources Within Your Paper http : / /www.lib . duke.edu / lib guide / work s_cited Created by individuals at the Duke University Libraries, this site contains examples of how to cite sources using APA, Chicago Style, MLA and Turabian formats. Sources described include articles from journals, magazines, books, book reviews, government docua ments, newspaper articles, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites|
|Author||:||Paul R. Burden|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2010-07-17|