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CMP101 Composition 1 - Hart: Managing Sources (Citations)

EasyBib

Create an account with EasyBib to save, store and manage your citations.

  • Import citations from many of the Library's research databases.
  • Export formatted bibliographies to a Google Doc or Word Document.
  • Get assistance with parenthetical (in-text) citations.
  • Scan the barcode of a print book with EasyBib's free app, and it will create a citation.

Other Organizational Tools

Google Drive - use the Cloud Storage option in your College Gmail account for recording publication information for potential sources.

Diigo - Diigo is a social bookmarking tool. I like to use it to directly link to free or open sources on the Internet. There are options to add annotations and tag sources. Lists can either be private or public.

MLA Websites

Need help with formatting, in-text citations, or the Works Cited page?

Use these websites for guidelines and citation examples.

MLA Handbooks

Like to look at a print book for assistance in citing? 

The NSCC Library owns these in print. Get help with established rules, sample entries and formatting. Ask a Librarian if you need help locating a guide!

Help Sheets

Best practice: record your sources as you select them.

Create complete and accurate citations for your sources using the help sheets below.