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Introduction to Basic Legal Citation     View
Introduces legal citation to the beginner and serves as a reference on basic citation points for more experienced writers and citation checkers. Included are articles and examples of legal citations. A good resource from the Cornell Law School.

Citation Style Guides     View
This site shows how to write bibliographies using specific citation styles. Modern Language Association (MLA), Chicago (Turabian), American Psychological Association (APA), and American Anthropological Association (AAA) styles are featured. Presents ...

Son of Citation Machine     View
Does the thought of putting your resources into proper citation form scare you, then you should check out this site. This site has you enter title, author, etc., and it will put them into proper APA, MLA, or Turabian format.     View
Profiles "the most highly cited" researchers in life sciences, medicine, physical sciences, engineering, and social sciences during 1981-1999. Entries may include contact information, educational background, research interests, appointments ...

AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database     View
In addition to the National Agricultural Library (NAL) catalog, this site contains AGRICOLA, a database of citations from "journal articles, book chapters, short reports, and reprints." Covers "all aspects of agriculture and allied dis ...

MLA Style     View
This site explains how to cite print, online, and interview sources used in research. Available in separate versions for elementary and secondary students, the site also explains plagiarism and why it is necessary to cite all sources used. Features a ...

Sources from Dartmouth College     View
Have your teachers warned you about plagiarism? These resources from Dartmouth College give examples for citation in APA and MLA styles. A very information introductory section will help you avoid common mistakes that can be interpreted as plagiar ...

Comic Art in Scholarly Writing: A Citation Guide     View
A guide to citing comic art (comic books, comic strips, editorial cartoons, graphic novels), with the primary goal of providing location information so that readers can track down the cited source. "This citation guide leans toward the style of ...

Guide for Writing Research Papers - Capital Community College Library     View
Are you looking for a simple to use site for the MLA citation style? Capital Community College Library of Hartford, Connecticut site does a very good job of breaking down each of the steps involved in the writing process. Some of the areas covered in ...

The Chicago Manual of Style Online     View
Are you looking for an easy to use guide for the Turabian/Chicago Style Guide? This website is the Chicago Manual of Style site, so the resources that you find are reliable. There are many examples of the entire process of formatting and citing your ...



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