CDAT: Understanding Alternative Fuels
Use these resources to help you find academic sources for your research to inform your project more authoritatively.
Setting Up Research in Scrible
Use Scrible to capture and select parts of your research and to cite sources. You will turn in a Google Doc that is part of Scrible to show what you found through online notecards which will include your sources (Works Cited entries),the passages you highlighted in the source. and the comments you made linking those quotations to the alternative fuel information required for a research PROCESS grade. Scrible makes settling up your Annotated Bibliography easier too.
Please visit the Media Center's Scrible (Research Tool) page for the help information to access and set up for the tool. Then return here for specific assignment instructions.
Set up and access your project:
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5.Then add each quote highlighted and each note you wrote to the side to your paper, marking the comments with a yellow highlighter.
6. Use the Quote button in the toolbar to copy the MLA source citation to paste into your table.
Research Resources: Databases