Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
The Purdue University OWL provides online resources to help students in grades 7-12 and college students. It contains sample APA and MLA research papers with accompanying explanations, how to cite sources, and create a works cited, or bibliography page, and contains links for process, rhetoric and logic, different kinds of essay genres, style and language, and citations.
Research and Documentation
his is a website version of Diana Hacker's handbook. Hacker is one of the foremost experts on research and documentation. This page deals with research in the humanities and contains another sample MLA paper.
EVALUATING WEB PAGES
This website provides an informative and helpful visual guide to evaluating sources on the web. It also has links to the following Internet resources to help determine credibility:
6 Signs of Credible Sources
Click the icon on the left and you'll see an article with a list of 6 signs to look for when checking the credibility of a website and other internet resources. Also, provides links to credible science and news websites as well as search engines that only have trustworthy university, government, and non-commercial websites in any topic. That way, you don't have to figure out if the information is credible.