This guide provides support for your ILR260 assignments.
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|Background Sources:||Locate directories, handbooks, and statistical sources|
|Books & E-Books:||Borrow a book from the library, or access e-books and videos from home|
|Discipline Articles:||Identify discipline specific databases|
|Newspaper Articles||Locate regional,national, and international news|
|Scholarly Articles:||Search for academic, peer-reviewed articles|
|Videos & Images:||Locate images in databases for papers|
|Web Resources:||Enhance knowledge of internet searching|
|APA:||Find resources to help cite papers in APA format|
|MLA:||Find resources to help cite papers in MLA format|
|Plagiarism||Find information about plagiarism|
|More Help||Find tutorials, research and writing help, contact information, and more|
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