Last Updated: May 5, 2017
- EBSCO Academic Search Basics
This will take you through the steps to locate and retrieve journal articles from the multi-disciplinary Academic Search Complete database which covers over 8,500 full-text journals.
- Evaluating Information Found on the Internet
From Johns Hopkins University, this guide provides an in-depth examination of evaluation criteria.
- Citing Sources: Introduction
If you need to learn about citation styles, try this tutorial from the University of Minnesota and make sure you know how to cite your sources correctly.
- Research and Documentation Online
Very useful information for finding, evaluating and citing information by subject or academic discipline: art, literature, philosophy, religion, world history, American history, anthropology, psychology, sociology, biology, physics, nursing, business, and many more.
- Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorial
- Evaluating Sources by Applying the CRAAP Test
- APA Format and Guide
From Purdue's OWL (Online Writing Lab) site.
- APA 6th Edition Tutorial
From the American Psychological Association, this slide show covers the basics of APA style of citation, which is used in the Social Sciences.
- APA Style Tutorial on YouTube
From David Taylor, a senior writing advisor at University of Maryland University College's Effective Writing Center. Has been viewed over 1.4 million times.
"A fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills."
- Citation Builder
From North Carolina State University Library, this is another popular program for automatically formatting references in a bibliography or reference list.
- Citation Machine
An interactive Web tool that formats your entries to create standard APA or MLA citations.