- The African Health Crisis
- Women's History
- Presidential Campaign 2008
- World Health
- Natural Disasters Around the World
- World Environment Science
- Health in the News
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Tuesday, March 13, 2007
- The topic matches the assignment, and the research matches the topic
- Double-check the outline to be sure every item in the finished paper is covered.
- Be sure all quotes and paraphrases are properly attributed
- Ask a trusted friend to read and critique the paper
- Make final revisions
- Cite your sources
Cite Your Sources
The last thing you’ll do is prepare your list of works cited. Logue Library has gathered together a list of resources to help in preparing this list. Here are the two most highly recommended.
The Landmark Citation Machine (now called “Son of Citation Machine”) is the most popular tool for citing sources at Chestnut Hill College.
- Select the citation style in the left menu and then choose the type of source you are citing.
- Fill in the form, click submit and voila! Copy & paste the resulting citation right into your paper.
- A caution: The formatting may not be perfect. Don’t forget the hanging indent, and if there is too much formatting from the citation machine, click on the clipboard (paste options) icon next to the pasted citation and select “match destination formatting.”
- Select the type of source you need to cite and then find the style you are using for your paper
- There are more sources listed here than the Citation Machine lists, so this is a better place to find the format for unusual sources.
Friday, March 02, 2007
Slowly unfolding, only showing those few important steps ahead
Each switch-back is a return to things dear enough to hold close by always
With a vision of the journey to now, and how and why this was the path
Returning to the beginning