College Prep - Research at the Library We will be going to the library to conduct research for your career exploration research paper. Please bring the following with you: A jumpdrive Your notebook with a research project folder/section & your handouts Money for the copier ($.15 per copy) Notecards (at least 100 in case you make any mistakes) 1. When you get an article from Novels for Students, NCLC books, or any anthology (collection of essays from different authors in one book) you need BOTH BIBLIOGRAPHIES: RULE: “To cite a previously published scholarly article in a collection, give the complete data for the earlier publication and then add Rpt. in (‘Reprinted in’), the title of the collection, and the new publication facts.” In other words: You need to get the publication information for the article and the book in which it is reprinted! ____ Author. Jacoby, Jeff. The 1st four are ____ “Article Title.” “Bring Back Flogging.” from the end of the article ____ Original Main Title. Boston Globe. ____ Original Publication Date. 20 February 1997. Rpt. in Current Issues and ____ Rpt. in New Main Title. Enduring Questions. This information ____ Editor(s). Eds. Elizabeth M. Schaaf, et. al. is found at ____ Edition Number. 6th ed. the front of New York: Bedford/St. ____ Pub. City: Company, the book Year. Martin’s, 2002. ____ Page Range in New 149-151. MainTitle. Example: Jacoby, Jeff. “Bring Back Flogging.” Boston Globe. 20 February 1997. Rpt. in Current Issues and Enduring Questions. Eds. Elizabeth M. Schaaf, et. al. 6th ed. New York: Beford/St. Martin’s, 2002. 149-151. 2. You need to get all book sources first, then go back and get the information off of the computer because you can always go to the website at home! 3. I would suggest that you write down the bibliography information for all book sources on the back of this page.