How to find your LEAP 4 argumentative essay assignment guide:
From your assignment instructions:
Video Guides (Fall 2020)
By the end of this class you will be able to:
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Using what we learned about what to look for when using websites...which of the following websites on nutrition (eating healthy) would you use in an academic paper?
When writing academically, your are expected to use the best sources available to you. Generally, this is the often arranged in the following way. Keep in mind, that scholarly sources are less accessible (from an English language perspective) than non-scholarly sources.
Scholarly Articles: Often referred to as academic, peer-reviewed, or refereed
We will go through each link, one by one.
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Less is more: Start with one or two words and then add one additional term at a time
Search phrases: Use "quotation marks" around key ideas made up of multiple words
Search different spellings: Use an asterisk * to find different endings to your keywords
Use limits: These refine (narrow) your search using different restrictions
You can combine all the above in your search:
Why do we cite and reference sources?
How do I start referencing? Use the "cite" option, found in many search tools, to put your source into APA format.
What if there is no "cite" option? Use the MRU citation guide (and ask for help at the service desk) https://library.mtroyal.ca/citation/