• Citing sources is easier than you might think!
          There is so much information at our fingertips that sometimes we are not sure where the information comes from, even if we have used it in school assignments and reports, or in our conversation.  Asking, "Where did that information come from?" is a habit that takes practice.
    Below is a quick look at how citations are organized.  This is NOT to be memorized!!  It is a chart that gets referred to when needed.
     
    MLA citations Quick Look Updated to reflect MLA 8 Posted in Labs and Library.  Post where needed and useful!
     
     
    Resources that are FREELY given to students and teachers to use:
                Free, copyright-clear images, videos, and audio – In this “Cool Tools” column in School Library Journal, Richard Byrne suggests the following links for student projects and papers:

    -    Public Domain Review of images, books, essays, audio recordings, and films in the public domain: http://publicdomainreview.org

    -    Free Music Archive: http://freemusicarchive.org

    -    Sound Gator for miscellaneous noises: http://soundgator.com

    -    Morgue File for thousands of images: http://morguefile.com and http://pixabay.com

    “Go Forth and Reuse” by Richard Byrne in School Library Journal, April 2015 (Vol. 61, #4, p 14)

     

     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on February 20, 2018