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Diana Hacker's Research and Documentation Online
This section of The Bedford Handbook companion site will take you to advice about finding sources in different disciplines and documenting sources in MLA, APA, Chicago, and CBE styles.
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•To become familiar with effective research strategies and documentation practices
•To research and write a brief biographical summary of a selected British author’s life
•To read a major work or set of minor works by your chosen author
•To write a brief summary of this work or works
•To compile and review secondary source articles related to your primary source, leading to the creation of a working thesis
•To write an analytical essay of approximately six to eight pages exploring an aspect of the primary source you have read, incorporating both illustrative primary source evidence and supporting secondary source quotations
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Remember to Cite Sources!!
Citing your sources doesn't have to be hard. Just remember to get the information while you are in the source!
New way to cite in all formats!
To make an account:
-Click on Register
-For Library Username type 7hills
-For Library Password type stingers
-Press Continue to create a personal account
-Start a new project and start citing!
Hint #1: Do not use the Noodletools App. Use the link to Noodletools on the web
Hint #2: For the citation "level," we recommend "starter" for middle school and "junior" for upper school.