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Citation Styles Guide
by Jennifer Ewing, Matt Owen - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
Compares the core elements of APA, MLA & Turabian Citation Styles to help you write papers and create bibliographies, references, or works cited lists. Includes a section about plagiarism.
Database Searching
by Jennifer Ewing - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
The guide shows you how to use the 15+ major research databases to find e-books, articles, streaming audio & video.
Finding Full Text of a Book or an Article
by Jennifer Ewing - Last Updated May 9, 2014
This guide will show you how to get the full-text of a book or an article starting with just a citation.
Library Lingo (Glossary)
by Jennifer Ewing, Matt Owen - Last Updated Sep 15, 2012
A glossary of terms used in libraries and for research.
Library Research for Online Students
by Jennifer Ewing, Matt Owen - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
This guide is designed to help online students conduct research using the library's online collections.
Library Research Process
by Jennifer Ewing, Matt Owen - Last Updated Jul 21, 2014
This guide describes the process and tools used to conduct library research.
My First Library Research Assignment
by Jennifer Ewing, Matt Owen - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
This guide is designed to help students with their first library research paper or project.
Periodical Research
by Jennifer Ewing - Last Updated May 12, 2014
Quick introduction to searching for articles in magazines, newspapers and journals.
Plagiarism & Academic Integrity
by Jennifer Ewing - Last Updated Jul 25, 2014
Learn how plagiarism can be a problem with writing, use of source information and/or the accuracy of the citation. Read about the relationship between plagiarism and SDC's and SCS's statements on academic integrity.
Source Evaluation
by Jennifer Ewing, Matt Owen - Last Updated Jul 21, 2014
This guide discusses the criteria used for source evaluation: authority, accuracy, purpose, objectivity, currency & usability. It also discusses book reviews, scholarly vs. popular sources, primary vs. secondary sources & caution using internet sources.
 

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