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MLA, APA training, anyone?

Could you use some training on formatting your paper and your citations in either MLA or APA style? Well, you’re in luck! You can reserve a spot in workshops being offered by the Academic Support staff. All of the workshops … Continue reading

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DSM-IV-TR® available online

Andersen Library has added a subscription to the American Psychological Association’s Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, fourth edition, text revision (DSM-IV-TR®) online! As with most of our subscription databases, UWW faculty and students who need to use it … Continue reading

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Citation Help, Anyone?

Need help with those citations at the end of your paper? Andersen Library Citing References guides provide the most-frequently needed examples for citing books, newspapers, magazines and internet sources in the major citation styles: MLA, APA, and Turabian. See also … Continue reading

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Works Cited & Annotated Bibliographies

Unsure how to cite a book, article, newspaper or website at the end of your paper? Curious how to reference a citation in your paper? The University Library Citing References guides provide examples of citing books, newspapers, magazines and internet … Continue reading

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Citation Party! 3-5pm Dec. 10 & 11

Sweating over your works cited? Unsure of what to underline or italicize? Puzzling over where the publisher is located? Unsure how to go from the article to the citation? What if you don’t see an author?! Don’t panic–we can help! … Continue reading

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YouTube in a Research Paper?

If you’re writing a paper about viral marketing (what’s that?), you’re probably going to talk about YouTube and its fantastic ability to share video with people all over the world. The problem is citing any videos that you would like … Continue reading

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Research Paper Season – Documenting Sources

It’s that time of the semester again, and regardless of your major, you’ve probably got a research paper. After a semester (or the day night, either way) spent researching to construct a fantastic essay, you have to prove that you … Continue reading

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