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Learn About Information Literacy and Have Fun!

Along with accidentally plagiarizing, not citing prevents your reader or teacher from knowing how you derived your arguments and ideas in your paper. They will want to know what sources you used and how strong those sources are. Let’s say you largely reference economic stat ...

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Free Online Resources for Your Research

It's research time again! Using a database your school recommends is a smart idea, but there are also some great resources on the open web — just make sure you only use the credible sources. Sure, you have to sift through the bad to find the good, but the good ones are there and they can help you dig into your research topic and write a paper yo ...

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5 Easy Ways to Tackle Writer’s Block

At Citation Machine, our goal is to make your research and writing as effortless as possible. Even though our writing and citation tools help save you time, you may encounter the dreaded W ...

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APA 7 is finally here!

It’s been a while, but the American Psychological Association (APA) recently released the new 7th edition of the Publication Manual! It outlines t ...

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Trending Topics: Halloween Edition 

The leaves are changing color, costumes are on sale everywhere, and it’s October. Halloween is coming! In celebration, we looked at last October’s (10/03/2018-11/07/2019) most cited websites and selected a few topics to get you into the spooky spirit.  ...

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4 Latinx Writers and Their Great Contributions

September 15th through October 15th is National Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s a time to come together and celebrate the rich and diverse Hispanic and Latinx culture in the United States of America. A little background information on the event and what it means: Hispanic refers to any person or country which has a history of being related to Sp ...

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