Please visit two research web sites and report on them for the rest of the class. Make sure your report is appropriate for your audience, fellow adult learners who will be doing a fairly comprehensive research project. RESEARCH SITES web University College Library Services web Diana Hacker, Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age web Business Wire electronically disseminates full-text news releases for public and investor relations professionals to news media, online services and databases, the Internet, and the investment community. web Martindale's: The Reference desk.
This award-winning website contains links to thousands of reference resources; more efficient for some searches than using web search engines. web American Communication Association. Communications law, including First Amendment issues; communication studies, including organizational, management, and intercultural communication; Internet resources. web Library of Congress web Harvard Business School Search engine available to search among the documents in the Division of Research. web Baltimore Business Journal, weekly publication on business news in Baltimore area. web Evaluating Internet Resources GUIDES TO ONLINE COLLABORATION web Guide to Peer Editing (Richards) web Home page of Collaborative Strategies: Strategies for Electronic Communication and Knowledge Management.
Clic on "Publications" and "Resources." DOCUMENTATION INFORMATION web Diana Hacker, Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age web APA Style Resources: Writing Manuals, Documentation, and Style Guides web Xia Li and Nancy Crane, Bibliographic Formats for Citing Electronic Information. When you get the home page, select "American Psychological Association (APA) Embellished Styles." (U MUC teachers usually prefer APA style over MLA style. ) web Janice Walker, MLA-Style Citations of Electronic Sources web Introduction to Basic Legal Citation by Peter W. Martin, Cornell Law School.