This self-paced online workshop debuted during Heller Summer Institute 2019. It includes units on identifying plagiarism, note-taking and paraphrasing, and APA style, as well as a self-assessment so you know what areas you should focus on. Any Brandeis student may enroll themselves in this LATTE course using this link.
This handout will help you to cite grey literature, such as NGO publications and government information.
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This handout shows you what to do when some of the information you would typically include in a website citation is missing.
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The Bluebook is the citation style used in the legal profession. A print copy is available at Main Library - Reference (KF245 .B58 2009 )
Why Do We Cite?
Why do we cite sources in our academic papers? What is a literature review? What should I know about academic writing in a US setting? Find answers to these questions in the videos in this playlist (also viewable on YouTube).