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Research guide for MAM and MBA students in the Graduate Management Writing course.

Purpose of this Research Guide

Welcome to the Graduate Management Writing Research Guide! This research guide was created to assist you with your research efforts. You will find lots of tips, tutorials, and other bits of information to help you along the way. There are four types of information highlighed within this guide. They are as follows:

  1. Reference that provides background information.
  2. Books for breadth and depth.
  3. Articles for research and current information.
  4. Websites, including Government information, statistics, and SB&T's Delicious account.

You will also find information about citing and evaluting your sources as well as information about ethical use of information, including plagiarism and copyright.

Finally, have fun exploring this research guide. Use the tabs across the top to navigate this research guide (watch for the dropdown arrows on some tabs to find more pages). Good luck with your research project!

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