APA’s Publication Manual, 6th Edition, provides complete style guidelines and should be consulted first in all matters concerning APA style, but these FAQs will help clarify frequent areas of confusion.
MLA style has been widely adopted by schools, academic departments and instructors for over half a century. The association’s guidelines are also used by over 1,100 scholarly and literary journals, newsletters and magazines and by many university and commercial presses.
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Library of Congress
Welcome to the Library of Congress, the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution. The Library preserves a collection of more than 119 million items, more than two-thirds of which are in media other than books. These include the largest map, film and television collections in the world. In addition to its primary mission of serving the research needs of the U.S. Congress, the Library serves all Americans through its popular website and in its 22 reading rooms on Capitol Hill.
Science and Arts Gateway
This gateway provides links to resources in mathematics and science for educators and students in grades 9-12. Topics include astronomy, agriculture, biology, chemistry, computers, earth and environmental science, engineering, health and medicine, mathematics, meteorology and physics, as well as a monthly sci/math topic!
Multnomah County Library’s Homework Center
A huge collection of sites selected by a youth librarian to answer actual homework questions kids have asked in public libraries. When you’re doing a research project and all the books have been checked out, check here.
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