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COMP 111 -- Prof. Sass-Germain: Home

MLA Formatting Help

Your Handbook for Academic Writing is a great resource for MLA-style citation formatting, so go there first.  These links will take you to additional help:

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Characteristics of peer reviewed/scholarly journals

 

  1. Articles report research done in the specific discipline
  2. Author is an expert or specialist in the discipline. Crudentials are always provided.
  3. Articles are directed to scholars in the same discipline
  4. Reviewed by scholars specializing in this discipline
  5. Articles have extensive bibliographies
  6. Articles have to follow specific publication structure (abstract, keywords, research background and literature review, methodology, research results,  conclusion, references)

 

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This link will take you to all of the Tutoring Center's options for online help:

http://www.bucks.edu/academics/tutoring/online/#online