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Helpful Recommended Sources for Seniors/AVID
Mrs. Toussant explains how to embed a Google slideshow in a discussion reply in Canvas. (Oct 2020)
Eng12 ENL Library Tour
Mrs. Toussant explains how to post a discussion in Canvas. (Aug 2020)
Mrs. Toussant explains how to post a video in a discussion in Canvas. (Aug 2020)
Citing tables, graphs and images:
"Tables and Illustrations": This one link to MLA's "Formatting a Research Paper goes to the exact section that will help you with in-text citations of images.
The entire "Formatting" page will be helpful to view before you turn in your paper.
For other helpful citation tools, please visit our "Citing" page.
The following are links to four different ways to quickly evaluate ANY source whether it is a printed book or an up-to-date website. Feel free to pick your favorite and use it every time you need to check on a source's credibility and validity.
Health Information and Studies
National Institutes of Health PubMed-enormous free-access database of many studies on health-related topics from academic journals
Great Sources for statistics
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