Research & Writing in the Disciplines

displaysWelcome home, Loggers! Collins has plenty of resources to help you with your research, studies, coursework, and more. This month we’ve gathered some books with guidelines and tips for writing and researching. You can check these books out for your research and writing on topics from Bach to brains – neuroscience, although we can help you researchzombies as well. You can find these books outside room 123 on the first floor.

Of course, these books are not the only resources Collins has to help you study. Our online Libguides can help you get started researching and connect you to resources. You can find even more resources with a Primo Search, or by browsing Databases A to Z for articles. If you need help right now, just use our Ask a Librarian 24/7 service for research help at any time. Finally, you can use our Citation Guides to cite all the resources you’ve found.

We wish you a successful semester!

P.S. – Here’s a list of the books on display:

Writing Philosophy Papers
Making sense: a student’s guide to research and writing: religious studies
A short guide to writing about history
Writing History: a guide for Students
Handbook of Research methods in Tourism: quantitative and qualitative approaches
The Research Process in Sport Exercise and Health: case studies of active researchers
Research Methods for Sports Studies
A Realist Approach for Qualitative Research
Qualitative Research from Start to Finish
Ethnographic Research in the Construction Industry
Practical Statistics: a handbook for business projects
Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods in Marketing
Writing in Sociology
Student’s guide to writing college papers
New Approaches to Qualitative Research: Wisdom and Uncertainty
A short guide to writing about music
Creative Arts Research: Narratives of Methodologies and Practices
Rhetorica in motion: feminist rhetorical methods & methodologies
Introducing Communication Research: paths of inquiry
The Elements of Style
The Cambridge introduction to creative writing
The Rowman & Littlefield guide to writing with sources
A short guide to writing about literature
A short guide to writing about film
Writing Creative Nonfiction
Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History
Gettin the most out of the research experience: what every researcher needs to know
Evaluating Research: methodology for people who need
Evaluating Research Articles from Start to Finish
The SAGE Handbook of qualitative methods
The Design of Experiments in Neuroscience
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