As you research...
Remember to get full citation information for each and every source you think you might use.
It's much easier to keep track of this as you go than it is to hunt it all down again later!
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Citation help (APA)
Copies of the full Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association can be found on Floor 1 of the library near the Oval Information Desk.
Information about tables, graphs, and statistic figures in APA - OWL APA Style Guide
Citations - a FLITE guide
A guide to understanding citations, and a link to different online citation management tools that can help you input your sources and create your bibliographies.
Plagiarism: What it is, and how to avoid it.
image citation: Mol, D. (2007). "Fail Road [photo]". CC. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fireflythegreat/2845637227/