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Note Taker Digital Note Cards
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Note Taker Working Bibliography
Web Site Author’s last name, First name or initial. “Title of Article.” Title of Web Site. Date URL
Book Author’s Last name, First name or initial. Title of Book. Date Call number
Encyclopedia Author’s Last name, First name or initial. “Title of Article.” Title of Encyclopedia. Edition Number Year
CD ROM Author’s (or Editor’s) Last name, First name or initial. (ed.) “Title of Article.” Title of CD. Year
Newspaper Author of Article (Last name, First name.) “Title of Article.” Title of Newspaper Date (day month year) Page number of article
Magazine Author of Article (Last name, First name.) “Title of Article.” Title of Periodical Volume / Issue number / Month, Year Page range of article
Audio / Video Author’s Last name, First name or initial. Title of. Date Call number
Bibliography and Note Cards
How to Write a Bibliography
A Guide to Preparing Note Cards and Bibliography Cards
MLA Citations Mrs. Weser PC101. Why are citations important? Give credit Retrace your steps For others Avoid plagiarism.
Using journals What is a journal? Why use them? How do I find them? How do I find out what’s in them? What about referencing?
CITING YOUR SOURCES Using MS Word to help! by Mrs. Betzold 2011.
Set Up of Documents Pg. 1: Topic Questions Pg. 2: Source 1 Notes Pg. 3: Source 2 Notes Pg. 4: Source 3 Notes Pg. 5 : Source 4 Notes Pg. 6 : Source 5 Notes.
How to take notes for a research paper:
Bibliographies By: Laura S. Ms. Valley’s Library Media Class How to Cite sources.
APA Style Bibliographies. Print Encyclopedia Wagner, D. H. (2002). Photosynthesis. The world book encyclopedia. (Vol. 15, p. 430). Chicago: World Book,
How to Write a Works Cited Page Mrs. Vernon Librarian 2011.
Methodology Page. Tells steps to complete project Example: –Complete title page –Write thesis statement –Write purpose page –Do research –Complete outline.
How to Write Source Cards for Research Papers
Bibliography (source) cards: The who, what, where, and when of sources. Adapted from source: Hacker, Diana. Working with Sources: Exercises to Accompany.
(Include a suitable picture for the presentation) (Presenter’s video will come in this area during presentation. Do not use this area in any slide) By:
Format of the Bibliography Cards for books
Collect Data needed from this resource below: Book: Last name, First name. Title of the Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Author’s.
Standing on the Shoulders of Others “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” --Ecclesiastes.
Using someone else’s words as your own by: ≈ Directly copying from a book or other work ≈ “Cut and paste” from the Internet Use “quotation marks” around.
Research Paper Topic Pick a topic that is appropriate for the assignment. Pick a topic that is easily researchable. You should have many sources. Pick.
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