Sunday, March 9, 2014

Today’s free term-paper lesson: Cite sources correctly

While teachers frequently assign a citation style (American Psychological Association or Modern Language Association of America), teachers often have individual preferences.

Your citation guide should be kept close by, or a citation generator bookmarked. You must accurately produce both in-text citations and a list of works consulted when attributing your sources.

About me: I have a Bachelor’s degree in English and currently work in a library. I was formerly an editor and columnist.

I offer supportive coaching and help with spelling, basic sentence and paragraph structure as well as composition. I’m also available to copyedit documents for spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.

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