How can the library help you cite sources?

When you’re writing a paper or working on a research project, it’s required to give credit to the people who created the information you are quoting or paraphrasing. At Sno-Isle Libraries, many of our online databases have tools to help you cite your sources. Watch this!

  • Go to Homework Help Resources for Teens to get started. Here you will find a selection of databases containing articles, images and audio and video recordings on thousands of topics.
  • To explore the database mentioned in the video, go to Gale in Context: High School.
  • Don't forget, when you've found that perfect article, look for the "Cite" icon to make citing your sources a little easier.

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