Research and Citation Tools

Diagrams to help you in your research strategy

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Learn How to do Research

Links to help you learn how to search more effectively using Google

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100+ Google tips

Guide to Citing Sources

The resources provided follow MLA 7th Edition. It is important that you understand the elements you need in order to create a citation. Using electronic citation resources, like the ones listed below, can be very useful, however it is necessary to know how to use them properly.

Purdue Owl

Son of Citation Machine

Citation Maker

Plagiarism Interactive

Duke University - Plagiarism Tutorial

Indiana University - How to Recognize Plagiarism: Tutorials and Tests

Creative Commons
This tool allows you to share your work with “some rights reserved” instead of “all rights reserved.” It will also allow you to simplify your citations.
Example: See the Apple Picking image’ citation below:
Citation: Apple Picking 3 by ndrwfgg
Yes, that’s all you need!

Watch this short video on Creative Commons

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