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  • 1. How to find Legitimate Sources
    Sign into My Doghouse
    Click the Library tab
    Click EBSCOhost Databases
    Sign in
    Username: holmescc
    Password: library
    Click EBSCOhost Integrated Search
    Select all (or all relevant sources)
    Use an advanced search if necessary
  • 2. MLA citations
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaWaDvcwjYc
    0:35-
  • 3. Ways to Quote
    Sentence-style quotations
    According to Burkett, “Students should know how to properly cite their sources” (294).
  • 4. Ways to Quote
    Interrupted-sentence quotations
    “The trick is,” Burkett claims, “to listen in class” (20).
  • 5. Ways to Quote
    Quotations introduced with “that”
    The students believed that “writing an annotated bibliography [was] a waste of [their] time” (Smith 32).
  • 6. Ways to Quote
    Quoted phrases
    President Bush doesn’t want to be “misunderestimated.”
  • 7. Ways to Quote
    Block quote
    http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/03/
  • 8. Ways to Quote
    Indirect quotation
    Brown said, “I agree wholeheartedly with Smith’s argument” (qtd. in Smith 325).
  • 9. Ways to Quote
    Paraphrase
    Adding to the validity of this claim, Brown agrees with Smith’s argument (Smith 325).
  • 10.
  • 11. Helpful Verbs
    acknowledge admit agree allege
    argue assert assume believe
    claimconclude consider decide
    demonstratedeny determine
    discover doubt emphasize explain find
    hypothesize imply indicate infer note
    object observe point out prove
    reveal say show state suggestthink
    For this and more information, go to http://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/english-as-a-second-language/referring-to-sources.
  • 12. For More Information
    http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm

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