You must have 3-5 references, one of which is a peer-reviewed article which will serve as your primary source.
Search scholarly papers
Secondary Sources - In a publication or on a government website
Search for Print Books in the Library
Citing your sources
When referring to your citation in the text of your document you may use either superscript1 method or brackets . Your "Works Cited" or "References" section should follow the CBE number format for references.
Basic Book Citation: Author's Last Name First Name. Date of Publication. Title: Subtitle. City/State of Publication: Name of Publisher. Page Number(s).
Basic Periodical Citation: Author's Last Name First Name. Date of Publication. Article title: Subtitle. Periodical Title Abbreviation. Volume: Page Number(s)
Basic Electronic Sources Citation: Author's Last Name First Name. Article title: Subtitle/Title of Document. Periodical Title Abbreviation. Date of Publication; Volume: Page Number(s). or other retrieval information.
Example: 1. Ecker K. 1996. Microbiology for Beginners: An Investigation of Euglena. New York: LaMassa Press. 285p.
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