At the end of the library sessions, students will be able to:
Each student is to prepare:
There are various styles for creating bibliographies and citing authors in your research papers. Basic information about some of the more popular styles can be seen from the Libraries' homepage. Click on the "Services" tab long the top of the Main Library website, then look for "Citation Help" under "Research & Teaching" (far left column). Finally, click on "Citation Style Guides" for a list of recommended styles.
Among the different styles you will find a link to a short set of examples from the 2016 (8th ed.) of the MLA Handbook. If you need to know how to cite information from a source that is not listed on this brief guide, you can find copies of the latest edition in both the Main and Science Reference areas, and on the second floor of the Main Library (PN203 .G53 2016). However, there is now a 2021 (9th ed.) of the Handbook available at the Main Library Reference desk: Main Ref LB2369 .M53 2021. Beware that earlier editions may not fill the criteria set for this class!