A short, no-nonsense, practical and informal guide for students dealing with the nitty-gritty of writing and presenting your dissertation for college or university. Explains terminology used by your tutors, the format and appearance of your finished dissertation, how to manipulate software and the likely problems the software will throw at you. There is also advice on how to manage your project and your time.
Internet Research for Fiction Writers
One of the most frustrating of problems for a novelist is how to find information on the Internet and how to evaluate it. This short guide by April Taylor, a chartered information professional, is intended to solve the problems encountered on the net by novelists. It includes sections on where to search, how to search, evaluating information found, staying safe and within copyright, pictures, storage and retrieval systems, useful websites for authors and what to do when you can't find what you want.