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Carl Edlund Anderson
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Alexander Odicino
Hello all,

My name's Alex. I'm new to this group, new to Mendeley, and a somewhat apprentice in-archive researcher. I was hoping that some of you may have some advice and/or be able to point me in the right direction to fulfill a goal of mine.

Specifically, I was wondering if any of you have any experience persuading a university library to digitize an archival collection or pursuing funding towards that same end?

Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.

P.s. I have been able to get scans of small portions of the aforementioned collection via my university's limited inter-library loan privileges, but, even with the extension of those privileges for the upcoming semester, I will still not get very far with a collection of this size (~13 linear feet).
Ulrich Tadajeu Kenfack
Ulrich Tadajeu Kenfack Me to, i'm new both in Mendeley and this group. I'm writing a master thesis on political history after "maquis" in Cameroon.
15th September
ferdi arifin
hallo guys, I need help you all experts here. I have a problem when I were writing for abstract. Could you all give me enlightenment such as how to write effectively in abstract. Thanks
Carl Edlund Anderson
Carl Edlund Anderson A good general rule is that your abstract should imitate the structure of your paper. So, for example, if you are writing a paper on the results of empirical research (in basically any field) that more or less follows the familiar IMRaD format, then your abstract should have a few sentences that summarize the introduction section, a few sentences t...
4th September
James Hadley
James Hadley Dr Anderson's comment above is very valuable for many of us, I think, (certainly me) to continue improving our work.

There is a page on the LSC website that reiterates some of his points and systematises them to some extent.:
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2011/06/20/essential-guide-writing-good-abstracts/

Those interested might al...
20th September
michele peter
I need help with academic writing
James Hadley
James Hadley Can you be more specific?
17th July
Sofia Martins
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Erdem Oklay
need help for critical reading and writing :((
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Daniel Wentzel
Daniel Wentzel Call me Dan:)
16th February
Erdem Oklay
Erdem Oklay ok. Dan :)
16th February
Erdem Oklay
Erdem Oklay thanks again...
16th February
Johnathan Smith
Does anyone know any good sources for information that I could use to write an essay on youth violence in the United States?
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Carl Edlund Anderson
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Carl Edlund Anderson
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Carl Edlund Anderson
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Carl Edlund Anderson
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Salim Anshori
Salim Anshori Yea Carl...I also need that documents. I believe those documents will be valuable for us...
How can we acquire them?

Regards..
6th June
Carl Edlund Anderson
Carl Edlund Anderson In the usual ways: you, or your institution, need to have (or get) access to the books/articles, etc.
6th June
Salim Anshori
Salim Anshori Thank you Carl...
:-)

Regards..
7th June
Carl Edlund Anderson
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Dr. Krishna Bista
Journal of International Students is an academic journal (ISSN 2162-3104) published from Arkansas State University, USA.

The goal of the Journal is to feature narrative, theoretical and empirically-based research articles, case studies, and book reviews relevant to international students and their cross-cultural experiences and understanding.

Students, staff and faculty members are invited to submit their papers to the upcoming issue of the Journal . Please submit your work to center.asu@gmail.com

On web: http://jistudents.org/

Contact Address:

Journal of International Students
PO Box 1270 State University
Arkansas State University, AR 72467
E-mail: center.asu@gmail.com
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Dener Luiz da Silva
Dener Luiz da Silva Thank you Mr. Bista, it's a great Journal to follow and contribute also.
Regards,
Dener L. Silva
4th October
Saray Cordoba
Saray Cordoba Thank you for the recomendation.
25th January

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