Rearch Papers by William Coyle, and: Writing Research Papers: A Finish Guide by James D

Rearch Papers by William Coyle, and: Writing Research Papers: A Complete Guide by James D. Lester (review)

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66ROCKY MOUNTAIN REVIEW Collazo is to be congratulated for making an outstanding contribution to Spanish lexicography. DAVID WILLIAM FOSTER, Arizona State University William Coyle. Rearch Papers. Fifth Edition. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1980, 214 p. Continue reading Rearch Papers by William Coyle, and: Writing Research Papers: A Finish Guide by James D

Want your brain to stay youthfull? Cognitive decline can be arrested, says latest research

Want your brain to stay young? Cognitive decline can be arrested, says latest research

The brain loses its capability to learn, recall and adapt with age. Much like the rest of the assets, there is an visible decline in the way our brain functions. Now a fresh probe conducted on mice shows that manipulating a single gene can help rejuvenate the normal cognitive functioning of the brain. Continue reading Want your brain to stay youthfull? Cognitive decline can be arrested, says latest research

Determining the order of authors on a paper

Deciding the order of authors on a paper

In my earlier post on authorship, I had discussed ICMJE guidelinesĀ that help researchers in determining whether a contributor qualifies to be an author or not. In this post, I am going to discuss the order in which author names should be included in a multi-author paper. The order of authors on a scientific paper needs to be determined after careful deliberation. Continue reading Determining the order of authors on a paper

George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799 Arts & Humanities

George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799  Arts & Humanities

Arts & Humanities

Significant insights about the collection that pertain to language arts may be found in the accompanying essay, Year. Most Modest Obt. Servt. This brief essay is very recommended for those seeking insights into the nature of correspondence in the eighteenth century, as well as the logistical aspects of drafting, delivering, and preserving written communications during that period. Continue reading George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799 Arts & Humanities

Steps to Writing a Research Paper

Steps to Writing a Research Paper

When it comes to writing a research paper in English class, the most difficult part that students often fight with is the research aspect. This stage is often breathtaking for many students, as many of them often wonder where they should embark and what they should look for when it comes to choosing a topic and evaluating sources. Continue reading Steps to Writing a Research Paper

6 Reasons to Write in Your Own Words

6 Reasons to Write in Your Own Words

“Be sure to write it in your own words,” is a mantra that is repeated by educators at all academic levels. For students, the idea of writing in one’s own words is repeated from the very first paragraphs written in grade school all the way to a doctoral thesis.

In the age of the Internet, almost any chunk of skill or idea can be found, copied and introduced in a matter of minutes. Continue reading 6 Reasons to Write in Your Own Words