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Todays ClassPeer-editing Assignment ReviewReferences and BibliographiesFact CheckingAnnotating
References and BibliographiesEnable readers to obtain additional information about what you have told them.Reference lists only include sources that were actually used in the document.Bibliographies also include sources for background information and further reading.
References in TextEnables readers to locate the information source in the reference list.APA style cites references in text with an author-date citation system.Walker (2000) compared reaction timesIn a recent study of reaction times (Walker, 2000)In 2000, Walkers study showedReferences cited in text must also appear in the reference list and vice versa.
Reference ListReference lists appear at the end of a document.Provides information to identify and retrieve the source.Should be double-spaced, in alphabetical order.Uses the hanging indent paragraph style.
Reference ToolsElectronic reference tools enable you to download citations, manage references, and organize sourcesSome reference tools includeReference Manager EndNoteProCiteFree trials available on-lineAsk Tufts librarians for a tutorial
Fact CheckingFact checkers check factual assertions against source material.Fact checking helps avoid accidental, factual mistakes.Every statement in your article needs to be verified with information in your reference list.
AnnotatingEnables quick fact-checkingMaps every fact to where it can be found in source documentsCan be done on hard copies or electronically
Three-Part ActivityWrite a one-paragraph summary of the information provided.Annotate your summary for fact-checking.Fact check your classmates summary.
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