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Conducting Research Handout

Plagiarism:

Plagiarism: Ethics and Cheating

Plagiarism: How to Avoid It

Citation Style Resources:

APA 

MLA 8 

Chicago (forthcoming)

Annotated Bibliographies

An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. This is a great step to complete early in the research process, as it helps you to collect and analyze your sources. Think of it as creating your own smaller library to refer back to instead of having to search and re-search as you’re drafting.

Students often find the process of doing this step burdensome, but love that the end-product is easy to refer back to later in the process.

Resources for Annotated Bibliographies:

Evaluating Websites 

Evaluating Sources: Scholarly vs. NonScholarly

Database Tutorials:  

Credo Reference

 – Introduction to Credo Reference

– American History in Credo

– Ancient Civilizations in Credo

– Anthropology in Credo

– Art History in Credo

– Biology in Credo

– Business in Credo

– Economics in Credo

 – Education in Credo

– Environmental Studies in Credo

– French Literature and Thought in Credo

– Management and Leadership in Credo

– Physics in Credo

– Political Science in Credo

 – Psychology in Credo

 – Sociology in Credo

 – Technology in Credo 

 – US Criminal Justice in Credo

 – World History in Credo

EBSCO Host 

– Searching EBSCO Host 

Gale

 – Introduction to Opposing Viewpoints 

Newsbank

How to Use Access World News

How to Search America’s Historical Newspapers

How to Use Find a Topic

Page last updated 10 November 2017