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INTD 205: Business Communication (Professor Dickerson): Finding Articles

Find Articles (Recommended Databases)

 Use one or more of these databases to locate articles on a topic.

AND will connect words, ensuring that the articles you find will contain both terms.

Quotations marks (" ") will group words as a phrase, ensuring they appear next to each other in the record. For example: "Corporate Speak" or "constructive criticism."

An Asterisk (*) at the end of a term will allow you to search for different forms of a word with what you enter as a base.  For example: econ* will return results for economy, economic, economics, economist, economical, etc.

Check out our how to guide for even more search tips.

The Assignment

Research Outline: A well-developed and detailed Research Outline should include the instructed outline formatting, introduction/body/conclusion, transitions, citations, and a Works Cited page.

  • You will turn in a Working Research Outline on the Workshop Day and receive feedback on structure and citations.
    • On the day you speak, you will bring a printed copy of your final Research Outline with Works Cited page. Attention should be given to formatting, accuracy, and citations.
  • Speaking Outline: A personalized speaking outline should be created from the Research Outline. There is no format for this outline. It is what you, as a speaker, need it to be to help you speak clearly and smoothly.

Citation Identification

Citation: Alter, Alexander. Lee, Edmund. “After Plagiarism Claims, Ex-Times Editor Says Her Book Will Be Fixed.” The New York Times. 7 Feb. 2019. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/07/business/media/jill-abramson-book-plagiarism.html. Accessed 8 Feb. 2019

Citation Parts:

Alter, Alexander. Lee, Edmund.   

 

“After Plagiarism Claims, Ex-Times Editor Says Her Book Will Be Fixed.”       

 

The New York Times.         

 

7 Feb. 2019.         

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/07/business/media/jill-abramson-book-plagiarism.html.

 

Accessed 8 Feb. 2019.

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