Research Ate My Brain: The Panic-Proof Guide to Surviving Homework
|Catalogue No.||1-55037-939-9||Catalogue No.||1-55037-938-0|
|Language||English only||Language||English only|
Written by the Toronto Public Library, with art by Martha Newbigging.
Published by Annick Press Ltd., 2005.
|The ultimate cure for
today's homework woes!
Research Ate My Brain is every student's saviour: a vital handbook that shows you how to master the maze of information that's out there. The panic and doubt that comes with the assignment of a research project is no different today than it was decades ago. The advent of cyberspace, however, means that access to information today is greater and quicker than ever before, and that the way research is done has changed forever. How can students find their way through this information overload?
Research Ate My Brain is here to help. Written in a breezy, humorous style, this handy handbook shows students how to master the vast and complex resources that are available.
Each chapter breaks the research process down into bite-sized pieces:
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