Competition Tips and Resources
Please keep the following in mind when submitting your entry:
- Write your statement carefully; it carries great weight with the judges.
- Neatly type your annotated bibliography; the form of the bibliographic entries should be consistent.
- Consult one or more of the following sources below to get ideas about format.
- Gibaldi, Joseph and Walter S. Achtert
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers; fourth edition; New York: Modern Language Association, 1995
Available at College Library and Research Library Reference; call number LB 2369 M72m 1995
- Turabian, Kate L.
A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations; sixth edition; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996
Available at most campus libraries; call number LB 2369 T84m 1996
Questions about book collecting can be answered by consulting one of the following sources:
- Carter, John
ABC for Book Collectors; sixth edition; New York: Knopf, 1980
Available at Biomedical Library History and Special Collections, call number Z 1006 C245a 1980; and at Research Library, call number Z 1006 C24a 1980
- Iacone, Salvatore J.
The Pleasures of Book Collecting; New York: Harper, 1976
Available at College Library and Research Library; call number Z 987 I112p
- Peters, Jean, editor
Book Collecting: A Modern Guide; New York: Bowker, 1977
Available at Biomedical Library History and Special Collections, call number Z 987 B644 1977; and at Research Library, call number Z 987 B644
- Quayle, Eric
The Collector's Book of Children's Books; New York: Potter, 1971
Available at Research Library Department of Special Collections; call number *Z 987 Q29co; and at SRLF