Expand Your Power: Information Literacy Workshop
Scire ubi aliquid invenire possis, ea demum maxima pars eruditionis est
(To know where you can find anything, that in short is the largest part of learning). -- Anonymous.
- Citing your Sources
- A comprehensive resource for citing a plethora of resouce formats.
- Citation Machine
- On-line citation creation program that will take citation information and automatically format it in MLA or APA format. You can then copy and paste into your bibliography.
- Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers
- This chart was designed to inform classroom teachers of their rights under the copyright law and copyright guidelines of the United States. Copyright and the notion of intellectual property was written into the Constitution of the United States to promote learning and the useful arts---and was designed to be supportive of the work of educators.
- Duke University Documentation Guides
- The web page is part of a research guide for students encompassing the process and documentation for a wide variety of sources. APA, MLA, Turabian and University of Chicago styles are included.
- Noodletools - Fee Required
- Here's a great site for students which helps them format their bibliographic citations correctly. The site was created by school librarian Debbie Abilock and her computer programmer son. There is now a fee for subscription.
- Online! A Reference Guide to Using Internet Sources - MLA Format
- Chapter 5 of this resource provides MLA style citations.
- Online! A Reference Guide to Using Internet Sources - APA Format
- Chapter 6 on this resource provides APA style citations.
Home || General Education/Information Sources || Collaboration || Copyright/Plagiarism
Evaluation of Sites || Pathfinders/Webquests || Research Methods || Serials On-line
Standards || Terminology || Web Tutorials|| About the Training
John L. Emerick, Director
Division of School Library Media Services
Pennsylvania Department of Education
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Last updated: 20 February 2003