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CITING YOUR SOURCES

REMEMBER: DO NOT PLAGIARIZE  (no cutting and pasting without giving credit!)

You must always cite your sources. This means you have to keep track of where your information comes from AND format that information in a specific way when you finish your paper or project.

Key items to include in your citations:

  • Website URL (Uniform Resource Locator--less fancily known as the web address)

  • Author

  • Date the website or book was published or last updated

  • Title of the article or website

  • Date that you visited the website

Many websites now make it easy to create a Works Cited or Bibliography page. Make sure you know which format your teacher is expecting. The most common format is MLA style--which stands for Modern Language Association.

citation machine

easy bib

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

LANGUAGE ARTS

duolingo

storybird

vocabulary.com

diverse books

WEB DEVELOPMENT

google sites

wix

wordpress

PRIMARY SOURCES + HISTORY

docsteach

library of congress

life

media history

NY PUBLIC LIBARY

wa state data

world book

NEWS

aljazeera

bbc

newsela

npr

ny times

wa post

SCIENCE + MEDICINE

why files science behind news

EBSCO

medline

PUB MED

NIH

YOUR LIBRARIANS

Ms Gillicini

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Mrs. Guccini

Teacher-Librarian

Favorite Book: To Kill a Mockingbird

Favorite Subject in High School: AP US History

Hobbies: Portland Thorns games, hiking, photography

Originally From: Paupack, Pennsylvania

Currently Lives: Portland, Oregon

Mrs.

Librarian Assistant

Favorite Story: The Notebook

Favorite Subject in High School: Art and Photography

Hobbies: Paddleboarding, Beekeeping, Homesteading

Originally From: Honolulu Hawaii

Currently Lives: Ridgefield, WA

RSD LIBRARIES

The Ridgefield School District libraries’ purpose is two-fold: to instill a life-long love of reading, and to create a community of critical thinkers who can efficiently use, evaluate, and produce information in order to be contributing members of society.