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Online Research & Writing Guides

  • Purdue University's Online Writing Lab
    This helpful resource takes you completely through the writing process and includes solid information on how to develop effective writing skills, such as tips on how to develop a thesis statement, how to write effective essays, and help with rules of grammar and punctuation.
  • Evaluating Information Found on the Internet
    From Johns Hopkins University, this guide provides an in-depth examination of evaluation criteria.
  • 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.
  • How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography
    From Cornell University, this page explains the structure and content of annotated bibliographies.
  • Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorial
    From Leeward Community College.

Online Citation Guides and Builders


Credo Reference

New! An essential tool to find background information on research topics. Search > 600 reference books, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, and quotations, as well as 200,000+ images. Must use UH login and password to access off-campus.


Other Online Encyclopedias, Dictionaries and Factbooks


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