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A+ Research and
Writing. Teenspace @ The Internet Public Library presents this
step-by-step guide to research and writing a paper for high school and
a Research Paper. North Hills High School in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, has prepared this comprehensive site that discusses the
writing process, preliminary bibliography, note cards, outlining, MLA
parenthetical entries, and MLA works cited.
A Guide to Writing Research
Papers - MLA Style. Capital Community College in Hartford,
Connecticut, has put together an exhaustive site that includes
information on gathering materials, using note cards, using outlines,
paper format, quotations, citing sources, the works cited page,
grammar and writing, principles of composition, etc.
Oregon School Library
Information System. This site contains a wealth of information
about research and writing research papers. It includes an
interactive citation maker.
To Prepare Note Cards. Norfolk Academy in Norfolk, Virginia,
presents this discussion of what should go into a research note card,
including sample cards.
a List of Works Cited in Your Paper. This handy site from the
Library of Duke University tells you how to cite sources from
journals articles, magazines articles, books, book reviews,
government documents, newspaper articles, primary sources, web pages,
online postings, and e-mail messages. For each category, it also
compares four different styles: MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian.
Machine. Select a document type (book, newspaper article,
magazine article, web page, etc.), insert the requested information, and
Citation Machine will create a bibliography or words cited entry in both
MLA and APA format.
Web. Writer's Web is a free, public-access handbook designed
by University of Richmond students and faculty. The various
sections guide writers through the entire writing process, from getting
started and the first draft to documentation and editing for clarity and
Using Direct Quotations. This page is a part of the Writer's
Web, an online writing center designed and maintained by students and
faculty at the University of Richmond in Virginia.