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Evaluating and Using
Print and Media Resources

Citing Resources
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As you begin to gather information that you want to use on your web page or classroom work, knowing how to cite these electronic resources in teacher and student work can be found on this page.

Activity Description
  1. Use these templates to send an email message to sites that you would like to include in your references:
    1. Teacher's Permission Template for Harvested Internet Resources
    2. Student's Permission Template for Harvested Internet Resources
  2. Visit these web pages to discover how to cite resources in humanities styles, such as MLA or Chicago, or scientific styles, such as APA or CBE :
    1. Columbia Guide to Online Citing
    2. Sarah Byrd Askew Library
    3. Classroom Connect's Citing Resources
    4. Purdue University's Documenting Online Resources

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