macroeconomics - Reference Entries Overview Reference...

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Reference Entries Overview Reference sources can be helpful for finding facts, figures and other information. Remember what you learned on the Virtual Tour and in class: reference sources are books such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, handbooks, and guidebooks – they come in both print and electronic versions. The print books are shelved in the Reference section of the appropriate Library (University, Science, Dewey). These books do not circulate (go out of the library). Before their call numbers is "REF (stands for REFerence)." From these sources, you will select entries (not the whole book), which will provide basic information for your topic. These sources are invaluable when you need the basic information on a subject; need to select a paper topic; or need figures and facts. Instructions You must identify three entries from reference sources: Two (2)from reference books One (1) from an online reference database. One way to locate a specific entry in a reference book is to use a database called Reference Universe . Follow the instructions below to find an entry specific to your topic.
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2011 for the course ECON 300 taught by Professor Zh during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Albany.

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