Start the New Year Right - Cite Your Sources!
Yes, it's that time again -- the time for New Year's Resolutions. In her article, "Start the New Year Right - Cite Your Sources!," Judy Rosella Edwards challenges us to dig in and cite sources from previous work, and along the way provides a few guidelines. The old pattern of gathering information applies: who, what, when, and where. As the article points out, revisiting your sources can shed new light on old problems.
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