In Baseball History Research 101, Brian McKenna has brought together in one quick and easy synopsis a complete guide for the beginning researcher.Individual chapters highlight the necessary topics:* Selecting Your Field of Study* Available Resources* Web Sites* Digital Archives* Searching Resources, Sites and Archives* Making Contacts* Organizing Your Data* Writing and Getting PublishedYou will discover not only where to search but how and why. Then, you'll be given hints in making notes, maintaining your data and organizing it.The program utilizes the most inexpensive methods possible. Most resources are free or can be examinedrather cheaply. Appendixes are also provided which offer a bibliographical listing of baseball works and pre-prepared forms which you'll find useful duringyour endeavors.Ia#39;ll make hard copies along the way as the information builds, so at my leisure I can relax away from the computer and make my manual notes. Use the a Snapshot Toola with digital databases. This will permit you to pull small bits of text into youranbsp;...
|Title||:||Baseball History Research 101|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2010-06-05|