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A very basic introduction to PowerPoint will get you ready to create and give a presentation. Leave with a sample slideshow ready for you to customize.
Correctly format your MLA papers using Microsoft Word. From margins to hanging indents in the Works Cite page, we've got you covered. Leave with a sample document ready for you to customize with your essay.
Correctly format your APA papers using Microsoft Word. Leave with a sample document in the newly updated APA 7th edition ready for you to customize with your essay.
Yes, you can use Wikipedia to start your research! We’ll explain its “verifiability” standards, teach you how to quickly evaluate its entries, and show how to move from it to more academic sources.
How do you get from an assignment to a thesis statement? Topic selection, the first step in paper writing, is often the most difficult. It can’t be too broad or too specific, but needs to be “just right.”
What’s a journal? A scholarly article? Peer-review? What is your instructor is talking about? Different source types have different uses in your research. Know your sources!
Find the college-level sources your research papers need and your instructors require.
Learn the what, why and how of creating an annotated bibliography, including the difference between summary, evaluation and reflection annotations.
Is making the MLA Works Cited page a mystery?? Or maybe just a pain? Learn MLA citation's elements and how you can apply their pattern to cite ANY source.
Create Reference List entries in APA 7th edition citation style. Learn APA citation basics and how you can apply them to cite websites, journal articles, and more.