Research Study Report [RSR]
A Student Guide to the Research Study Report
Print this guide and read it carefully.
Enter key terms relating to your research topic into the google books search engine. You may find relevant books that are free to view.
Amazon Bookstore UK
Browsing through this site is a good way of generating ideas for the RSR. There are plenty of books here that may be relevant to your project and can be purchased second hand, relatively cheaply. Before settling on a purchase check your local and school library to see if the book(s) can be got for little or nothing. Also, you should consult with your teacher before making an order. If you have settled on a newly released book, try your local bookshop to see if they can supply it cheaper before making an online purchase.
How to Cite a Source
Author, Title, Publisher, Date.
Laurence Rees, 'Auschwitz: The Nazis & The Final Solution', BBC Books, 2005.
URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/britain_wwone/jarrow_01.shtml , Page Title: The Jarrow Crusade, Author: Christine Collette, Date Accessed: 21/01/2012.
(Note: Full URL required. It must bring the examiner to the weblink directly. Use TinyURL for overly long URLs)
Name of newspaper, Name of journalist if available, Heading of article, Date of article, Page number if available.
Title, TV Channel, Director, Scriptwriter, Narrator, Date shown.
Do not cite movies or Wikipedia
Create a short URL that never expires using TinyURL