The best place to look for college level resources is your library homepage: reynoldslibraries.org
It is important to think critically about the resources you find online as well as in print to determine if a resource is credible. The checklist below will help you identify resources to use for college research assignments:
ABCD’s of Evaluating Resources:
North Carolina State University Libraries. This video is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States license - https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/videos/evaluating-sources-for-credibility
The primary reason to cite your sources is to avoid plagiarism and give proper credit to the original author or creator. Other reasons for citing your sources:
Plagiarism is using another person’s ideas or words without clearly acknowledging or citing the source of that information. You must give credit whenever you use:
How to Avoid Plagiarism in 5 Easy Steps by Steelman Library is licensed under CC BY-SA.