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Fayetteville-Manlius High School
8201 East Seneca Turnpike, Manlius, NY 13104
Principal, Mr. Raymond W. Kilmer, email - rkilmer@fmschools.org
Daily Schedule 7:45 a.m. - 2:06 p.m.
(315) 692-1900
fax Fax: (315) 692-1028
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A Guide to Library Research        

Hornet Style Book

Hornet Style Book User Guide

Example of Annotated Works Cited

 

Bibliography Composers (MLA) 

Knight Cite
This citation is from Calvin Coolidge College

 

 

 

Citation Guides

APA

APA citation guide from the Owl Writing Lab at Purdue

APA Style Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about APA

MLA

Modern Language Association guidelines for citing sources

MLA Paper

A sample paper from OWL Writing Lab. Includes correct form for in-text citations and work cited at the end of the paper.

Citing Government Documents

Excellent site from the Columbia University

 

Evaluating Web Sites

Quick - Finding Quality Information on the Web

The Five W's of Web Site Evaluation

 

Copyright and Plagiarism   

In this day and age of online resources making sure you understand copyright rules is important when doing research. The following sites can help.

United States Copyright Office

University of Minnesota - Copyright Information and Resources

Copyright for Kids

      

 Internet Safety

STOP Cyberbullying

Identifying Cyberbullying and Ways to Stop it

Net Smartz

Tips for the Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Social Networking Sites

Consumer Safety Tips for Teens

 

 

    









 

















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