A Guide for Writing Research Papers Based on Modern Language Association (MLA) Documentation – Comprehensive guide for the research and writing of an MLA paper. Prepared by the Humanities Department as part of The Guide to Grammar and Writing and the Arthur C. Banks Jr. Library Capital Community College Hartford, Connecticut.
BibMe – The fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. Once your bibliography is completed, download and print.
Citation Maker (MLA) – An online citation maker for the MLA style where you can input and submit the citation information and it properly orders and formats the information for you.
How to Cite Film, Video, TV, Radio and Online Media – Moffitt Library at UC Berkeley Guide.
Nauset Schools Research and Style Manual (Gr. 9-12) – Nauset high schools’ research and style manual.
OttoBib – This tool automatically creates the citation reference in the format desired using a book’s ISBN number. Input the ISBN and the reference is generated for you.
Son of Citation Machine – Citation machine helps students and professional researchers to properly credit the information that they use.
Awesome Highlighter – Highlight on a webpage to share what’s important with others. You will be given a link to your highlighted version of the original web page.
Zoho – Like Google, Zoho has a range of online collaborative and productivity applications. If given the choice, students often choose certain applications, like the presentation tool, over the Google counterpart.
Copyright (in Canada)
Audio Cine Films Inc. – Obtain a copyright license to show a film publically.
Canadian Copyright Act – The Canadian Copyright Act can be downloaded from the Government of Canada Web site.
Canadian Copyright Law – The Creative Commons Canada site outlines the law regarding Canadian Copyright Laws.
Canadian Copyright Overview – An overview of the Canadian Copyright Act by the Media Awareness Network.
Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency – The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency: copying guidelines for K-12 schools, etc.
Copyright & Teaching: Key Questions – Q&A about copyright and what is allowable usage.
Copyright Matters 2005 – The small orange booklet in pdf form that contains questions and answers for teachers in regards to copyright allowances for the classroom.
100 Extensive University Libraries From Around the World – All kinds of resources that are available for FREE. Blog list.
Ask 500 People – Get opinions of others within minutes.
eyePlorer – A graphical knowledge engine that takes your original search term and displays related search terms in a circle surrounding it.
Gapminder – A free Adobe Air application to ensure you have current data on major world issues and can create the visualizations you need on your desktop.
Google Search – Powerful search engine which is arguably the most popular in the world.
Mashpedia – A real-time encyclopedia that provides comprehensive up-to-date content.
search-cube – A visual search engine that presents web search results in a unique, three-dimensional cube interface. It shows previews of up to ninety-six websites, videos and images.
Sweet Search – A search engine for students where every Web site has been evaluated by their research experts.
Plagtracker – A free plagiarism checker.
Polling & Surveying
Poll Daddy – A site that allows you to easily create surveys and polls that can be embedded to a web site, blog or social network.
Survey Monkey – The best online survey tool to gather responses and analyze data.
Statistics Canada – The E-Stat database can be used by the education community to create charts and graphs of primary data about Canadians.