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Popular v. Scholarly

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Language and writing style are easy to use and understand, so this is an article from a popular magazine.
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Cover: The casing of the book. It will include the title and author on the front and spine. Typically covers are made with a harder material that the inner pages: cardboard, cardstock paper, leather, or fabric. 

Title Page: The book's title and all the authors' names will be listed. You will also find the publisher and place of publication listed at the bottom.

Verso: Meaning "on the turn side of the page"; found on the other side of the title page. You will find the copyright and publication dates. Hint: This is also a great place to find subject headings given to the book by the Library of Congress; great keywords!

Table of Contents: A list of Chapter headings and subheadings with the page number.

List of Diagrams, Charts, Photos, or Illustrations: Found in technical books, an additional contents list offers pages for figures found throughout the books.

Foreword: Generally it is written by someone other than the author as an introduction to the subject in the book.

Acknowledgments: This is where the author gives thanks to all those who have helped him or her write the book.

Preface: Written by the author, the preface introduces you to the author's thesis or argument for the book. It will give you an idea about the author's bias and the level of research conducted.

Chapters: Books are generally broken up into sections, or chapters, to organize the thoughts, into manageable subtopics, stories, or arguments.

Afterword: Extra information on the book's topic included at the back of the book.

Notes and Appendices: Additional information, charts, resources to support the information in the main areas of the book

Bibliography: Lists of resources the author used in his or her research for the book.

Glossary: A list of terms found at the back of the book. It is organized in alphabetical order with definitions for each term; like a dictionary.

Index: Found at the back of the book, the index is a detailed list of topics, people, places, and other significant terms found throughout the book. It is organized in alphabetical order and includes the page(s) where you will find that information. This is a great place to search for your keywords to evaluate how helpful the book may be for your research.

Author's Biography: Information about the author's professional life.

Grab your favorite book or a book that is easy to locate. Preferably, it should be an academic book, but any book will do. Share your book with us.

Locate these main parts:

1. Title page

2. Verso/-Copyright Information. subject terms/key words

3. Table of Contents

4. Index

When it comes to electronic books, the parts are not as easy to notice.  Let's check out this example.

Let's look at these journal articles.  Locate the main parts of each journal article.  The format is slightly different by discipline.

Professional Associations and Resources

Associations are a good source of:

  • Current news in the field
  • Journal information
  • Policy information
  • Professional ethics and standards
  • Research data
  • Links to related resources
  • Conference information

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