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Evaluating and Using Resources for Research Projects  

This guide is intended to provide guidance for evaluating and using resources for research projects.
Last Updated: Sep 14, 2015 URL: http://libguides.tamuk.edu/evaluating_using_resources Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Getting Started

This guide is intended to provide guidance for determining relevancy and validity of resources for a research paper, and how to integrate source material into one's research paper without plagiarizing.

I.   Guidelines

 On this page are links to:

1.  Critical Evaluation of Information Sources and Integration of Source Material (text of PowerPoint presentation)

2.  Evaluating Sources: Overview

3.  Paraphrase: Write it in your own Words

4.  Distinguish Between Summaries and Paraphrases

5.  Working with Quotations

II.  APA & MLA Documentation Styles

On this page are links to:

1. APA Style Guide (6th edit.)

2. Documenting Sources Using APA Format (text of PowerPoint presentation)

3. MLA Style Guide (7th edit)

4. Recommended Web Sites that provide further help

If you have questions that cannot be answered here, please do not hesitate to:

  • send an email, text or chat with a librarian : http://libguides.tamuk.edu/AskLibrarian
  • call:  Library Reference (361.593.3319)
  • visit the: Jernigan Library
 
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