A Research Guide for Students is a digital educational platform on writing, literature, and presentation of one’s academic works. It was created for students who struggle with homework, do not understand their teacher or want to know how to complete an assignment. We provide tools, guides, and resources that will come in handy!
A Research Guide has already received over 50 awards and accolades from educational institutions all over the world.
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Our content is only written by fellow expert educators in particular fields as can be seen in their bios below. All our authors have spent many years teaching, researching, educating and writing their own papers and manuals for their students.
Authors of A Research Guide for Students.
I. Lee, Teacher-Librarian – Twitter
- B.A. (English; History) – University of Western Ontario
- B.Ed. (Education) – University of Toronto
- B.Ed. (Ins.) – York University
- B.L.S. (Library Science) – University of Toronto
- M.A. (Anthropology) – University of Toronto
- M.Ed. (Educational Administration) – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, U. of T.
Sheli Rodney – LinkedIn
- M.A. (Modern Languages and Literature) – University of Cambridge
Alexander Rodney – LinkedIn
- M.A. (English Literature and Law) – University of Cambridge
- LLM – Harvard University
- M.A (Medicine & Genetics) – University of Cambridge
- MBBS (Medicine) – Imperial College London
- MRCS – Royal College of Surgeons of England
- MS in Communications – Arkansas State University
- Ph.D. in Journalism – Southern Illinois University
- Associate Professor – Lewis University
- Professor in the Communication department at MacEwan University
If you feel as though you have experience in any area and would like to get involved in writing content for our website then, please, contact us today!
We would also like to thank the hundreds of students, researchers, and lecturers who have suggested resources and donated their time to help make A Research Guide the authoritative site it is today.
A Research Guide was created with the purpose to help you learn, not to help you plagiarize or cheat. All articles and guides should be treated as learning materials and not intended to be copied or rephrased. You can easily avoid plagiarizing from A Research Guide by citing words and ideas that came from our site.