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Archaeology

Archaeology

Archaeology. Linking Ontario Students and Their Past Cathy MacDonald and Joanne Lea OHASSTA Conference Toronto, 2008. What is archaeology?. the study of the HUMAN past from the examination of remains of material culture: -artifacts (materials modified and used by humans e.g. an axe)

By Melvin
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Secondary Research

Secondary Research

Secondary Research. Secondary Research (defined). Research information that is used for a purpose other than that for which it was originally intended Secondary research can precede problem identification (discovery) or follow it (investigation)*

By Sharon_Dale
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Free and Low-cost Online Legal Research

Free and Low-cost Online Legal Research

Free and Low-cost Online Legal Research. Tina S. Ching Reference Librarian. February 28, 2006. Real World Costs of Lexis and Westlaw… sort of. Access in Law School Billing Clients Overhead Costs Rate Increases Examples of Pricing. Pay versus Free. Search Function Annotations

By Albert_Lan
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Researching & planning a dissertation

Researching & planning a dissertation

Researching & planning a dissertation. Dr Rebekah Higgitt R.Higgitt@kent.ac.uk. What should a dissertation do?. Make an argument Demonstrate your mastery of primary and secondary sources Demonstrate some originality. Y our research question.

By Antony
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Historical-Comparative Research

Historical-Comparative Research

Historical-Comparative Research. Neuman and Robson Ch. 14. Value of Historical Research. It throws light on present and future trends. It enables understanding of and solutions to contemporary problems to be sought in the past.

By Antony
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The Literature Review

The Literature Review

The Literature Review. Dr Areefa Albahri. The Literature Review. The review of the literature is defined as a broad, comprehensive, in-depth, systematic, and critical review of scholarly publications, unpublished scholarly print materials, audiovisual materials, and personal communications.

By liam
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Historical Research

Historical Research

Historical Research. COMM 142: Communication Criticism John A. Cagle. Asking the Right Questions. Questions about basic facts : What was going on? Questions about definition : What is it? Questions about evaluation : How do you evaluate the facts and the definition?

By oshin
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Unit 1 and 2 Questions

Unit 1 and 2 Questions

Unit 1 and 2 Questions. Global 9 Review Myers. Height above sea level Distance from the equator Amount of rainfall Average daily temperature. Which aspect of geography is most influenced by these factors? (1) natural boundaries (2) climate (3) topography (4) mineral resources.

By Pat_Xavi
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Writing the Research Paper

Writing the Research Paper

Writing the Research Paper. English 1302. How to Do It. Come up with a thesis Generate an outline Conduct your research Draft your essay Insert your research Write your works cited page. Coming up with a thesis. In this essay, as in your previous one, the thesis sentence

By teneil
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Internet Legal Research for Professor Mika’s Legal Writing Class Feb. 28, 2012

Internet Legal Research for Professor Mika’s Legal Writing Class Feb. 28, 2012

Internet Legal Research for Professor Mika’s Legal Writing Class Feb. 28, 2012. Limitations of Google. Invisible Web - Search Engines can not type or think. Limitations of Google. Too many results Results not geared for lawyers. Limitations of Google. Desired content NOT on the free web:

By hasana
(183 views)

NCI Research to Reality Mentorship Program

NCI Research to Reality Mentorship Program

NCI Research to Reality Mentorship Program. Evidence-Based Public Health Foundations Training September 22, 2011 R2R Mentorship Kick-off Meeting Bethesda, MD. Overview. Hope Krebill Cam Escoffery. Session Objectives. Discuss what is meant by “evidence”

By walt
(186 views)

Collecting a Research Library

Collecting a Research Library

Collecting a Research Library. Dr. Capo, Dr. Trotman & Stacey Allsop , MLS, MIS. Where Not to B egin and Where to B egin!. Limit Web Resources!!!! (Do not begin on the Internet!) Learn to effectively use the Library databases Learn to use search terms efficiently

By kathie
(134 views)

A Researcher’s Guide to Class Action Securities Fraud Litigation

A Researcher’s Guide to Class Action Securities Fraud Litigation

A Researcher’s Guide to Class Action Securities Fraud Litigation. By Darby K. Hildreth Information is current as of March 4, 2002. Table of Contents. I. INTRODUCTION II. IDENTIFYING RESEARCH TERMS III. SECONDARY SOURCES A. Legal Encyclopedias 1. Am. Jur. 2d 2. C.J.S.

By danil
(143 views)

Controlling Statute

Controlling Statute

Controlling Statute. Controlling Statute. Now you are ready to explore employer vicarious liability in more detail and retrieve relevant primary law.

By avi
(161 views)

RUBBER PLANTATION IN NEPAL BY DR UDAYA SHARMA

RUBBER PLANTATION IN NEPAL BY DR UDAYA SHARMA

RUBBER PLANTATION IN NEPAL BY DR UDAYA SHARMA . Nepal’s Climatic diversity is hospitable to Rubber . 1970 marks the genesis of rubber by an Entrepreneur JP Dhakal But has not expanded Growth and expansion is marred by political , social and economic barriers

By reegan
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Homework #1 Due Thursday, 8/23

Homework #1 Due Thursday, 8/23

Homework #1 Due Thursday, 8/23. Pages HT2- HT18 (Beginning of Textbook). HW #1 PAGES HT2- HT18. 1. Why are Primary Sources such valuable pieces of information to historians? 2. How are Primary Sources different from Secondary Sources? 3. Which type of source is the textbook?.

By terrell
(139 views)

Primary and Secondary Resources

Primary and Secondary Resources

Primary and Secondary Resources. What is a Primary Source?. Primary Source. “First hand accounts” from someone who personally witnessed or experienced an event.

By vega
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LECTURE 4. RESEARCH METHOD S

LECTURE 4. RESEARCH METHOD S

LECTURE 4. RESEARCH METHOD S. Significance of the Research –Implications to research: how does it inform research area? –Implications to Practice (managers, practitioners, employees, organizations etc)

By kasa
(190 views)

Fastcase Overview

Fastcase Overview

Fastcase Overview. Presenter: Julie Tedjeske, J.D., M.L.S., M.S.I.S. Electronic Resources and Instructional Services Librarian Duquesne Center for Legal Information tedjeskej@duq.edu. Scope of Coverage Information:. www.fastcase.com/coverage. Searching from the Homepage in Fastcase 6.

By harlan
(107 views)

How to Write a Biography

How to Write a Biography

How to Write a Biography . A biography is simply the story of a life. . Biographies analyze and interpret the events in a person's life.

By larue
(362 views)

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