This series of tutorials from the University of Nebraska Kearney provides information on creating in-text and Reference/Works Cited pages. It also provides formatting tips for creating block quotes, headers and title pages.
After completing this tutorial from the University of North Carolina, you will be able to construct in-text citations and cite print and online resources on a works cited page in MLA style.
This tutorial, provided by the American Psychological Association, is designed for those who have no previous knowledge of APA style. It shows users how to structure and format their work, recommends ways to reduce bias in language, identifies how to avoid charges of plagerism, shows how to cite references in-text, and provides selected reference examples.
After completing this tutorial from the University of North Carolina, you will be able to construct in-text citations, as well as cite print and online resources on a Works Cited page in APA style.
This turorial inntroduces students to the Seven Steps of library research, and is geared specifically to SCTC students.
This tutorial from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is designed to help you learn or brush up on basic research skills. We hope you find it useful!
NetTrail is an online resource created by the University of California Santa Cruz to help teach students basic library and research skills. It covers the research process from initial topic selection to citation styles and the issue of plagiarism.
This podcast from the Univresity of Tennessee at Chattanooga explains the differences between scholarly (peer-reviewed) and popular sources.