Reference this ……. in the IT Workshop
Posted by LibeRaCe on February 1, 2008
Did you know the library Reference Section has now moved up to the IT Workshop?
Do you know it contains more than just dictionaries?
How can you do a proper search on Google if you don’t know where to begin?? And how can you prove that the articles in Wikipedia are full of true facts???
Pears Cyclopedia 2008
Whittakers Almanack 2008
Almanacks are no longer just tides and calendars; they’re a pocket size guide to the world around you. Full of amazing and easy to find facts that you won’t get anywhere else. Written by experts and with information you can trust….. and you don’t need broadband to open them.
Fact File 2008
Guide to Social Services 2008 (including policy explainations)
National Statistics Office Social Trends
Looking for statistics to support your essays? Don’t know which site to trust or where to source them? These books above have been produced by government sources that collect social data and subject experts to help you see the trends hidden among all the numbers.
Trotman Students Book 2008
How to fill out your UCAS Application
Still don’t know where you’ll go from here? Want impartial and trustworthy advice? Two of the best books in the business let you know about all aspects of choosing and applying to University. The Student Handbook includes college profiles, details of study grants available and more…..