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I-Search Project for College & Careers: MHS: Websites

Websites with College Information

When it comes to citing these websites in NoodleTools, use the template: Website > Webpage.

 

Need help? Visit the NoodleTools Help Desk page "How to create and edit a source citation."

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Websites with Career Information


CITING TIP: When citing information from Occupational Outlook Handbook: 

Use NoodleTools template Website > Government Publication > Online Reference Source then fill out the blanks as follows: Website = U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Reference source/editor = U.S. Department of Labor  Type of reference = other  Title of reference source = Occupational Outlook Handbook

 

CITING TIP: When citing sources from all other websites listed below:

Use NoodleTools template: Website > Webpage. If you need further instructions on how to do this, visit the NoodleTools Help Desk page "How to create and edit a source citation."

Google Advanced Search for Websites & Images

 

 

Narrow down search results for complex searches by using the Advanced Search page. For example, you can find sites updated in the last 24 hours or images that are in black and white.

Do an Advanced Search

  1. Go to the Advanced Search page.
  2. In the "Find pages with" section, enter your search terms.
  3. In the "Then narrow your results by" section, choose the filters you want to use. You can use one or more filters.
  4. Click Advanced Search.
Tip: You can also use many of these filters in the search box with search operators.

Wikipedia: Academic Use Consideration

Wikipedia is not a reliable source for academic writing or research. Wikipedia is increasingly used by people in the academic community, from freshman students to distinguished professorship, as an easily accessible tertiary source for information about anything and everything, and as a quick "ready reference", to get a sense of a concept or idea.

However, citation of Wikipedia in research papers may be considered unacceptable, because Wikipedia is not a reliable source.