Automating Citations

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<ol><li> 1. Automating Citations Nicole Branch, MLIS Research Librarian Information Literacy Workshop Series Research Help Services </li><li> 2. Objectives Master the basics of APA &amp; MLA citation style Discover tools to support easy and accurate citations Become familiar with resources to find answers to perplexingcitation challenges </li><li> 3. Giving Credit </li><li> 4. Making Reference </li><li> 5. Remixing </li><li> 6. CitationsA quoting of an authoritative source forsubstantiation. Helps avoid plagiarism Adds credibility to your work Allows reader to find your sourcesSource: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language </li><li> 7. Citation Styles AMA APA Chicago/Turabian MLAHynes W. Contending with modernity: Catholic higher education in 20th-century America. Journal of Religion. January 1, 1998;78(1):123-125.Hynes, W. (1998). Contending with modernity: Catholic higher education in 20th-century America. Journal of Religion, 78(1), 123-125.Hynes, William J. 1998. "Contending with modernity: Catholic higher education in 20th-century America." Journal of Religion 78, no. 1: 123-125.Hynes, William J. "Contending with modernity: Catholic higher education in 20th-century America." Journal of Religion 78.1 (1998): 123-125. </li><li> 8. Two Sides of Citations Citations in-text (parenthetical citation). Bibliography: References (APA) or Works Cited (MLA). Every citation in-text must be in your bibliography; every item inyour bibliography must be cited in-text. </li><li> 9. In-text Citations Reference ideas, summaries, and quotes from other works usingparentheses in the body of your paper. The basic format is (Lastname, Year) in APA and (Last Name Page) in MLA. If the author is named in the sentence, only include the year(APA) or page (MLA) in parentheses. For direct quotes, include the page number (Last name, Year, p.#) in APA. Always include the page in MLA. The period comes after the closed parentheses. </li><li> 10. Example Quote </li><li> 11. Example Quote Martin Luther King, Jr. stated I believe that unarmed truth andunconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is whyright, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant. </li><li> 12. Example QuoteAPA Style In-text Citation Martin Luther King, Jr. stated I believe that unarmed truth andunconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is whyright, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant(King &amp; Washington, 1986, p. 91). </li><li> 13. Example QuoteMLA Style In-text Citation Martin Luther King, Jr. stated I believe that unarmed truth andunconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is whyright, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant(King and Washington 91). </li><li> 14. Example Paraphrase </li><li> 15. Example Paraphrase Martin Luther King, Jr. noted in his Nobel Prize acceptancespeech that social struggle can include setbacks. </li><li> 16. Example ParaphraseAPA Style In-text Citation Martin Luther King, Jr. noted in his Nobel Prize acceptancespeech that social struggle can include setbacks (Nobel Media,2012). </li><li> 17. Example ParaphraseMLA Style In-text Citation Martin Luther King, Jr. noted in his Nobel Prize acceptancespeech that social struggle can include setbacks (Nobel Media). </li><li> 18. ReferencesKing, M. L., &amp; Washington, J. M. (1986). A testament of hope:Theessential writings of Martin Luther King,Jr. San Francisco, California: Harper &amp;Row.Nobel Media (2012). Martin Luther King: Nobel lecture.RetrievedFebruary 13, 2012 from http://www.nobelprize.org </li><li> 19. Works CitedKing, Martin L., and Washington, Jean M. (1986). A Testamentof Hope:The Essential Writings of Martin LutherKing, Jr. San Francisco: Harper &amp; Row,1986. Print.Nobel Media. Martin Luther King: Nobel Lecture.nobelprize.org,2012. Web, 13 Feb 2012. </li><li> 20. Citation Challenge Craft a citation in based on the resource provided. No computers. Write your response on the handout. </li><li> 21. Citation Solution </li><li> 22. Line Spacing Double space entire document, including reference list. Do notdouble-double space (i.e., between paragraphs). </li><li> 23. Paragraphs Indent the first sentence of a new paragraph 5-7 spaces (one-halfinch). </li><li> 24. Font Use standard 12-point font. Times New Roman is the APA preferred font. </li><li> 25. Margins Use one-inch margins throughout. Align margins flush left and ragged right (i.e. dont align theright margin flush or justified). </li><li> 26. Running head (APA) On the title page, type Running head: and the title of your paper(shortened to 50 characters or less and in all capital letters) inthe header. On subsequent pages, include only the title in all caps. </li><li> 27. Reference List Begin reference list on its own page after the body of the paper. Title page References -- capitalized and centered (but NOT inbold face type) at the top. In MLA, title the page Works Cited. List references alphabetically by author. Double space and indent all lines after the first of any givenreference. Do not double-double space between citations. </li><li> 28. Purdue OWL </li><li> 29. APAStyle.org </li><li> 30. Citation Management Software </li><li> 31. Automating Citations Find one article, book, or report in each database. HNU WorldCat, ProQuest Research Library, CQResearcher and Academic Search Premier. Export the citation into RefWorks. Create and print a four-item reference list. </li><li> 32. Automating Citations Find one article, book, or report in each database. HNU WorldCat, ProQuest Research Library, andAcademic Search Premier. Export the citation into RefWorks. Create and print a three-item reference list. There will be a prize. </li><li> 33. Questions? </li><li> 34. Thank you! Go to: http://tinyurl.com/english1bsurveyNicole Branch, MLISResearch Librarianbranch@hnu.edu510.436.1060Photos courtesy the AssociatedPress and Creative Commonslicensed images on flickr. </li></ol>