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Education Classes - Malchenson: Help

Reference By Appointment

Here is the link to set up a Reference Appointment with us if you get stuck with your research.

Other Useful Libguides

These three Libguides provide a wealth of information such as how to use Microsoft Word, how to find tutoring hours, etc.

Help

Email

ask@hacc.libanswers.com

 

Library@HACC: Ask Us

Ask Us provides HACC students, faculty and staff with FREE research assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Chat online with a librarian (from HACC or another academic institution) at any time about your research project, paper topic, or information requests.

Why Cite Sources?

Whenever you include someone else’s ideas in a paper, you must document or cite the source of the ideas. In other words, if you have learned anything new and include it in your paper, you must give credit to whoever provided the new information. Remember that failure to do so properly is PLAGIARISM.

Plagiarism Tutorials

English Usage Websites

Common Errors in English Usage

Arranged in alphabetical format, this website provides a list of commonly misused phrases and explains the correct usage.  It also includes explanations of the proper useage of parts of speech.

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

These OWL resources will help you with the writing process: pre-writing (invention), developing research questions and outlines, composing thesis statements, and proofreading.

Guide to Grammar & Writing

The Guide to Grammar and Writing is sponsored by the Capital Community College Foundation.