Thomson Nelson Guide to Web Research: Finance 2007-2008

Other | November 27, 2006

byGrant Heckman, William Rentz, Alfred L Kahl

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Fast and information-rich, the internet is a central resource for researchers. However, in the waves of online content that are available, it is often difficult to find quickly the most relevant information and ascertain the best resources for academic papers, reports, and projects. The Thomson Nelson Guide to Web Research (Finance 2007-2008) is designed to help students swiftly navigate and evaluate the best the web has to offer!The Thomson Nelson Guide to Web Research (Finance 2007-2008) provides an up-to-the-minute introduction to the techniques and resources that are useful for web research in finance. Because it is updated annually, it offers the best of the web for Canadian students. It can be used as a stand-alone resource or packaged at a reasonable price with any Nelson text!

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Fast and information-rich, the internet is a central resource for researchers. However, in the waves of online content that are available, it is often difficult to find quickly the most relevant information and ascertain the best resources for academic papers, reports, and projects. The Thomson Nelson Guide to Web Research (Finance 200...

Format:OtherDimensions:80 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.25 inPublished:November 27, 2006Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176442502

ISBN - 13:9780176442507

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Introduction The Nature and Organization of the Internet The Strengths and Limitations of the Internet as a Research Tool Chapter 1: Finding Information Understanding URLs Planning and Refining a Search Search Engines Metasearch Tools Directories Finding Canadian Sites on the Internet Search Strategies Chapter 2: Resources Libraries Electronics Research Resources Government Information Listservs, Newsgroups, Chats, Blogs, and Bulletin Boards Email Reference Information Information on Academic Writing Chapter 3: Managing Information Evaluating Internet Sources Bookmarks Printing and Saving Online Information Keeping Up Chapter 4: Citing Internet Sources MLA Style APA Style CBE Style Web Sites Containing Information Chapter 5: Useful Finance Web Sites General Finance Portals Finance Organizations and Associations Data and Financial Markets Finance in the News Finance Through the Past Teaching Resources Careers in FinanceFinance Excesses