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Man, Standing, Reading a Book by Vincent Van Gogh
 

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BBC: Charles Darwin


Example of a website that might not be reliable:

Blupete: Charles Darwin


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  • Add site:.edu to your search query. Your resutls will only include websites from universities and colleges.

charles darwin site:.edu

  • Use fewer than 5 search terms, leave out extra words, and connect them with the word "and".

charles darwin and industrialization site:.edu

  • Select News from the top tab of your search results.

  • Remove extraneous websites from your search results by adding  the minus symbol to your search query.

bears -chicago (this removes websites related to the Chicago Bears)

Databases

Page from Darwin's notebooks around July 1837 showing his first sketch of an evolutionary tree.


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Use Noodletools to create citations and generate a Works Cited page.


  • If your source is from an IRC database, it will include a citation. Using Noodletools, you will copy/paste the entire citation into your bibliography
  • If your source is from a website, you will need to copy/paste each piece of citation information to create a citation.

    • Website citations must have an annotation. The annotation should be a concise description of the contents of the website.

    • Example of a website annotation:
      • Contains the works of Charles Darwin, including unpublished papers. Features a searchable index of publications, manuscripts, dairies, and notebooks as well as an extended biography. I used some of the illustrations and portions of Darwin's diary.

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