There are several ways to seek help from a librarian:
On the Rutgers-Newark campus, the Writing Center is located in Conklin 126. Tutors there are available to help students with revising drafts of their papers, including improving grammar and usage. Check the Web site for the most up-to-date hours of operation:
Remember to cite when:
You do NOT have to cite when it is:
MLA citation style is one of the more common styles in the humanities. Please see the boxes below for more information on how to write a paper following the MLA style manual. You may also find the citation tools mentioned below to be quite helpful, especially for longer papers.
There are many Web sites out there that assist students with learning MLA style, but here are two favorites:
As you gather your sources, compile your Works Cited section. Complete this section before you begin writing your paper! Why?
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