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Research Basics: an open academic research skills course

Lesson 3: Works cited, bibliographies, and notes

Now that you know how to create citations and how to cite your sources within the body of a paper, it’s time to create the remaining piece of your citation system: a list of complete citations that appears at the end of your paper. 

After watching the videos below, you can take the practice quiz for this lesson to test what you've learned. Take the quiz as many times as you need before moving on to the next lesson. You can download the script for the videos to help you study.

Practice Quiz

Watch the introduction to Lesson 3

Watch Part 1: Tracking your sources

Watch Part 2: Works cited / creating your works cited page

Watch Part 3: Works cited vs. bibliography / endnotes and footnotes

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