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Search Term Development
Using the attached "Search Term Development" worksheet, review the example provided (page 1), and then take a topic of your own and use the blank form (page 2) to develop your search terms.
For additional guidance on citations in multiple styles, please consult the following resources:
MLA Citation Page
- Focuses exclusively on MLA citation format.
Electronic Reference Sources for Writing and Citation Formatting
- Provides extensive links to online resources providing detailed help in a number of citation formats, including, APA, CSE (formerly CBE), Chicago, Turabian, and MLA. This guide also covers citing government publications.
- This website run by Purdue University is one of the best resources for citation help. It provides easy-to-follow examples on how to cite any type of information from a book to a tweet.
Need help citing your sources? See the list below for reputable citation builders and tools.
- An easy to use bibliography maker that can create citations in MLA, APA, Chicago, or Turabian format.
- Generates bibliographic citations in MLA or APA. From the North Carolina State University Libraries
- Generates bibliographic citations in APA, MLA, Chicago, or Turabian format based on information you enter into a web form.
Cite This For Me
- A free citation generator for APA, MLS, Chicago, and many other citation styles.
- Generates suggested bibliographic citations in APA and MLA formats for government publications. From the Arizona State University Libraries.
- Free MLA format automatic bibliography and citation maker. Other citation formats (e.g., APA and Turabian) require purchase
- Easy-to-use citation generator for a variety of citations styles.
Web Page Evaluation
The attached document, "Web Page Evaluation," can be used as a guide to evaluate the relevance and legitimacy of web pages you are considering using in your research paper.