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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 ...

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 ...     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 ...

Synthesis: Using the Work of Others     View
This tutorial explains plagiarism and its consequences and describes techniques for taking notes and quoting sources to avoid plagiarism. Includes a section on copyright, information about citing Web sources, and plagiarism and copyright infringement ...

Common Internet and Electronic Citations for Genealogy     View
Handy, ready-made Cut and Paste Stylesheets for citing sources commonly used by genealogists. Includes citations for the FamilySearch online database, various databases, the Google search engine, and more.

CiteSeerX: Scientific Literature Digital Library and Search Engine     View
This is "a scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on the literature in computer and information science." The "documents" search results include document abstracts, similar documents based o ...

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 ...


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