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Research Skills

Research tips, citing sources, evaluating information

Evaluating Information

Remember that anyone can publish anything on the Web, so you are responsible for evaluating the quality of the Web pages you use for your papers and assignments. Here are some questions to use to evaluate Web pages.  

More about evaluating information.

Sample Papers from Purdue OWL

This website includes examples of model papers in science, humanities, social sciences and history

Citing Sources

Citation Styles

Modern Language Association (MLA)

American Psychological Association (APA)

The Chicago Manual of Style

Citation Tools: Noodle Tools

A Web-based bibliography tool that allows you to create your own personal database of sources by importing references from text files or online databases or catalogs. 

 

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