MLA in Word 2010 tutorial.
These are sites that you might find helpful as you complete research papers. Citing sources correctly is very important to avoid any chances of plagiarism. NSBH uses the MLA format, but the sites below do cover other formats for students who may be dual enrolled. There are also on-line databases that you may use that will provide the citation you need in the correct format. Be sure to use these tools when you see them. Please feel free to contact Mrs. Croak in the media center or your teacher if you have any concerns about the citation format you are to use or how to use them correctly.
Fast access to reference formats and examples. Easy to use drop-down lists allow you to select the details of your reference material. Tools to help you correctly reference your sources.
Offers over 200 free resources including MLA fomatting and style guide and information about plagiarism, quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing. There are also sample papers to view. You will find information to help you with any project!
This site explains plagiarism, provides types, and gives many tips for avoiding plagiarism when writing. Also offers a plagiarism checker that doesn't involve a subscription, but there IS a fee so read carefully!!