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What's an annotated bibliography?
Watch this video to find out what's an annotated bibliography. Video credit: Brock Library.
Want to learn more about annotated bibliographies? Visit Purdue OWL guide.
APA Style Works Cited
The APA Style (American Psychological Association) is most commonly used to cite sources with the social siences. Galvin Library has a print copy of Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, REF.BF76.7.P832010. Use the following handouts to learn APA Works Cited for books and articles. Go to Purdue's Online Writing Lab to view more expamples.
To learn how to use Zotero and EndNoteWeb to create your citation, view the Citation Management guide.
Citation Management Tools
Zotero or Endnote?
A brief guide to getting up and running with two of our recommended resources: Zotero and EndNoteWeb
Citation Machine automatically generates citations
in MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian.
Plagiarism and Avoiding It
This page, developed by the Communication Across the Curriculum Initiative at IIT, gives a concise description of what plagiarism is, how to avoid it, and provides links to other resources about the writing process.
The Writing Center is a resource for all IIT students for help. You can either make an appointment with them, or they also help students on a walk-in basis.