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101_student_manual - History 101 A Handbook for Students...

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Unformatted text preview: History 101 A Handbook for Students With contributions from Paula Shields, Gunther Barth, and Cathryn Carson, and assistance from Victor Rotenberg and the CHUM Committee May 2002 History 101 A Handbook for Students Table of contents I. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................................... 1 The Purpose of the 101 ................................................................................................................................................ 1 Models for Your Paper ................................................................................................................................................ 2 II. SELECTING A TOPIC ................................................................................................................................................ 3 Interest........................................................................................................................................................................ 3 Value........................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Originality................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Scope .......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Materials..................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Practicality.................................................................................................................................................................. 4 III. RESEARCH RESOURCES ........................................................................................................................................ 6 General Berkeley Library Collections Overview........................................................................................................... 6 Reference Assistance ................................................................................................................................................... 7 Interlibrary Borrowing ................................................................................................................................................ 7 Off-Campus Collections............................................................................................................................................... 8 Using Databases and Catalogues................................................................................................................................. 8 Internet Resources ....................................................................................................................................................... 8Internet Resources ....
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2010 for the course HISTORY 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.

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