At this stage of the paper, you need to FIND -- but need not have read --
6 sources relevant to your project.
These must be reliable, in depth sources; no encyclopedias, no brief articles
from webpages. Yes, you may use newspapers, magazines, journal articles, books, podcasts, television and radio programs' transcripts,
reliable webpages, and personal interviews.
See Lester for more information.
YOUR 6 SOURCES WILL BECOME YOUR BIBLIOGRAPHY!
For each source, you provide a CITATION -- that is, a list, in a specified
order, of all of the relevant aspects of the source (author, year published, title, publisher, for example, for a book; you'll
provide more and some different information for other types of sources).
LUCKY YOU: You don't have to learn the rules for each cite; instead, this program,
NoodleTools, provides the guidance, while you provide the information.
IT's SO EASY! Use the link above to start the easiest version of composing
your bibliographic citations, ever. 1. Sign up for a FREE account.
2. Click the green plus sign/circle "Create a NEW List."
3. Select MLA as your style.
This is your Bibliography for the rest of the semester, so you only have
to enter it once. Of course, you'll revise it as well, but -- the program is a true time-saver.
As always, see me with any Qs you have!