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Georgetown College skills handbook

Author: John D RamageJohn C BeanJune JohnsonStephen WilhoitLeonard J RosenAll authors
Publisher: Boston, MA : Pearson Learning Solutions, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd ed
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"The Skills Handbook is intended to serve as a resource and reference book that is called upon in a variety of classes and for a variety of assignments, as you develop throughout the College's curriculum that is intended to introduce you to 'important bodies of knowledge and to increasingly spohisticated practices of inquiry in the liberal arts and sciences.'"
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Genre/Form: Handbooks, manuals, etc
Handbooks and manuals
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John D Ramage; John C Bean; June Johnson; Stephen Wilhoit; Leonard J Rosen; Jodi Patrick Holschuh; Sherri L Nist-Olejnik; James D Lester; James D Jr Lester; Georgetown College (Georgetown, Ky.)
ISBN: 9781256830528 1256830526
OCLC Number: 811621210
Notes: "Taken from: Writing arguments: a rhetoric with readings, Eighth edition, by John D. Ramage, John C. Bean, and June Johnson; Brief guide to writing from readings, Fifth edition, by Stephen Wilhoit; Academic writer's handbook, Second edition, by Leonard J. Rosen; Effective college learning, second edition, by Jodi Patrick Holschuh and Sherri L. Nist-Olejnik; Principles of writing research papers, Third edition, by James D. Lester and James D. Lester, Jr.; Writing research papers: A complete guide, Fourteenth edition, by James D. Lester and James D. Lester, Jr."
Description: xvi, 730 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Responsibility: compiled by Barbara Burch, Carrie Cook, and J.P. Hanly.
Local System Bib Number:
215105

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"The Skills Handbook is intended to serve as a resource and reference book that is called upon in a variety of classes and for a variety of assignments, as you develop throughout the College's curriculum that is intended to introduce you to 'important bodies of knowledge and to increasingly spohisticated practices of inquiry in the liberal arts and sciences.'"
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