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How To Cite Sources
Explains how to cite print and online sources, including database and internet sources, using MLA, APA, and Chicago Manual of Style.
Use ILLiad to request articles and books not available through the WNCLN library network.
These short (1-2 minute) tutorials are designed to help you get started with your research and familiarize you with library services and resources.
Outlines library services centers
Learn what makes a quality information source
Find relevant information quickly
Will help you find materials in the library catalog, library databases, and library reserves
Evaluating Information Sources
Learn five steps to evaluate what you have found
Learn the facts to keep yourself out of trouble
Social Sciences Librarian
Subjects: Criminal Justice
, Geological and Environmental Sciences
, Global Studies
, Government Information
, News & Current Issues
, North Carolina
, Political Science
, Public Administration
, Regional Studies
, Statistics & Data Sets
, Sustainable Development