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This guide was created to help orient you to the library and its resources, as well as to rules for citing sources for your ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY and Essay assignments.
Where to look for information on this topic and your particular RESEARCH QUESTION;
Deciding on key words or terms to use in search engines on the web or in library databases;
How to determine whether information is from a reliable, professional source;
How to properly use sources in your annotations and essays so as not to risk plagiarizing; and
Using EasyBib Pro and other tools to set up your ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY and WORKS CITED pages.
I am embedded in your Blackboard shell and you are welcome to contact me for further help at any time for this or other course assignments.
XKCD. “Updating a Printed Wikipedia.”
What If?, XKCD, 2017, what-if.xkcd.com/59/. "Citation Needed!"
XKCD. “Wikipedian Protester.”
What If?, XKCD, 2017, xkcd.com/285/.
Cham, Jorge. “Science News Cycle.” PHD Comics: Stranger Theses , PHD Comics, 2009, phdcomics.com/comics/archive.php?comicid=1174.