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English 201 Research in the Disciplines

Additional Resources: Overview

Looking for additional resources? This page provides additional links and documents to further support you throughout the research process.

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.

Citation Resources

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.

Purdue OWL

  • 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.

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