MLA format and Evaluating Sources

►It is important to give credit to your sources for the information you have incorporated into your paper. If in doubt, cite your source. The most recent edition of the MLA style manual (6th ed.) is available in the Library Media Center. The library media specialists are also available to help if you have any questions.

MLA Style Examples and Worksheets (CHS Library handouts) .

 

MLA Style FAQ ▼▼▼ More "How to cite" Guides Online: A Reference Guide to Internet Sources

Using MLA Style... Duke University Libraries Citing Sources http://www.lib.duke.edu/libguide/works_cited

How to evaluate your sources:Examples

 

Use a Citation Generator-     Citation Machine, Easy Bib, or BibMe.org

Make citing your sources easy. You need to fill in the content and it will create the citation.

 

Student should be aware of the district's plagiarism policy and adhere to generally agreed upon standards of academic integrity.

 

Information Literacy Standards:

►Citing sources: Information Literacy Standard #8: Practice ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology.

►Evaluating Sources: Information Literacy Standard #2: Evaluate information critically and competently.

 

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