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Research Guide: References

This guide has been created to provide quick access to resources that support the research process.

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References

American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association. (6th ed.). 

        Washington,  DC: Author.        

Bainbridge State College. (2010, January 5). Plagiarism: How to avoid it. [Video]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/2q0NlWcTq1Y

Ennis, K. (2009, October 20). Search engine vs. research database for college research. [Video]. Retrieved from

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=VUp1P-ubOIc

Enokson. (2011, September 7). The writing process [Image]. Retrieved from

       https://www.flickr.com/photos/vblibrary/6124465878        

Hunter College Libraries. (n.d.) Formulating a search strategy. Retrieved from

       http://library.hunter.cuny.edu/tutorials/search/index.html

Miller, K.,& Childs, T. (2007, July 30). Concept mapping: How to start your term paper research. [Video]. Retrieved from

        http://youtu.be/KhgxuNvbNrA

NCSU Libraries. (2014, July 22). Citation: A (very) brief introduction [Video].

        Retrieved from http://youtu.be/IMhMuVvXCVw

​NCSU Libraries. (2015, June 9). Evaluating sources for credibility [Video]. Retrieved from

        https://youtu.be/PLTOVoHbH5c

NCSU Libraries. (2014, May). Picking your topic is research [Video]! Retrieved from https://youtu.be/Q0B3Gjlu-1o

NSCC. (2015, April). Academic integrity policy. Retrieved from

        http://www.nscc.ca/docs/policies_procedures/policyacademicaccomodationssept2018.pdf

Oviatt Library. (2013, September). Research therapy: Types of information sources [Video]. Retrieved from

        https://youtu.be/iPCte4BmWTQ

Queen's University Library. (2011, March). Evaluating web sources. Retrieved from

        http://library.queensu.ca/inforef/tutorials/qcat/evalint.htm