Lesson 5 Internet Resources

The following links can provide more information about topics discussed:

15 Educational Search Engines for Research by Allie Gray
This Rasmussen College Web page helps students determine appropriate search engines for college-level research.

APA Style Aid by Western Oregon University
This tutorial provides examples of APA in-text citation, reference pages, and paper formatting.

Beyond the MLA Handbook: Documenting Electronic Sources on the Internet by Andrew Harnack and Gene Kleppinger
This article explores the challenges students face in citing sources found on the Internet.

How to Recognize Plagiarism by Indiana University Bloomington School of Education
This easy-to-follow Web site details the potential pitfall of plagiarizing.

MLA Formatting and Style Guide by Purdue University
This online writing lab provides ample information about in-text parenthetical and works cited MLA components.

The Chicago Manual of Style Online from the University of Chicago Press
This companion site to the print publication offers additional CMOS citation resources.

Research and Documentation Online 5th edition by Diana Hacker & Barbara Fister
This companion site to the print publication offers additional MLA, APA, CMOS, and CSE citation resources.

Web Search Strategies in Plain English by CommonCraft.com
This video analyzes the basic framework for search engine operation and illustrates ways to streamline your search results.

Welcome to the Plagiarism Tutorial from the University of Southern Mississippi
This tutorial provides examples of plagiarism, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Zotero Word Plugin presented by CHNMedia
This tutorial demonstrates how to use Zotero’s Microsoft Word plug-in.