Gathering Relevant Info From Print or Online
Generating a resource question: The resource question has to be about your topic, but you can find specific things if you type in what you need, for example lets say I'm doing a paper on the Great Wall of China but I need to know who created it. I just type in the bar "Who created the Great Wall of China" simple as that
How Do I use keywords effectively in finding information?
How do I know if a resource is credible or not?
Whats Quoting, Summarizing, and Parapharazing
Summarizing: Summarizing is where you turn a big paragraph into a sentence or two making sure that only the main point is there.
Paraphrasing: Paraphrasing is when you express what the writer is writing but into different words.
What is plagerism and how do I avoid it?
You can avoid plagerism by using quotes when you need to state an authors work, or summarizing down to the main point of the piece, and lastly even paraphrasing when you make the words your own by retyping it in your own words.
Whats MLA Citation?
Work cited: You cite work in your text my including the author (The'res usually no author on websites so the URL is okay) The copyright date, or the original date it was made, also the title of the article must be included in your citation at the end, or after the cited work, of your piece.