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Citation Style Guides

Citation Style Guides - Guide to M.L.A and A.P.A. citation styles with many sample citations for commonly used LPC resources. Links to printed templates for citation of the most common resources and NoodleBib, an online bibliography composer.


Plagiarism Help

You Quote It! You Cite It! - Tutorial

 

Plagiarism Basics - Important Facts for LPC Students.

 

Napoleon and G Talk Plagiarism:

(LPC Library video-created by A. Amaya, Spring 2011)

 

Plagiarism Examples Using Direct Quotes, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

 

What Is Plagiarism? - Slide presentation, LPC Writing Center

 

LPC Citation Style Guides

 

Other Examples of Parenthetical Documentation

 

Plagiarism Web Sites:

Avoiding Plagiarism / OWL - Online Writing Lab, Purdue University

 

How to Recognize Plagiarism - School of Education, Indiana University

 

Plagiarism : What it is and How to Recognize and Avoid it - Writing Tutorial Services, Indiana University

 


Library Guides

Follow the links below to access a variety of LPC materials in bibliographies and guides to subject Internet sites provided by the library.




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1960s/1970s Social Movements-Selected Internet Resources


Addiction Resources


Administration of Justice


Afghanistan and Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner (ENG 104 -Cole)


African American History Resources


Alameda County Community Resources (PSCN 15-Matasol)


American Immigration Experience and Enrique's Journey (ENG 1A-Gonzales)


American Indians and Sherman Alexie's The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (ENG 105, Puente-Gonzales)


Audiobooks @ LPC


Award-Winning Fiction - award-winners in contemporary literature, mystery fiction, and science fiction and fantasy


Basic Reader Non-Fiction


Biology 5: Marine Biology (BIOL 5-Judd; Boaz)


Biology (BIOL 31-Judd)


Business Ethics (BUSN 30-Grooms)


Business Ethics (BUSN 30-Stein)


California Government and Politics - Library Research Guide


Career Information and Résumé Writing


Chemistry Resources


Choosing and Developing a Research Topic


Comparative Countries & Cultures Research - Sociology


Cultural and Racial Minorities Resources Guide


Early Childhood Development


Economic Research Resources Guide


Engineering Internet Resources


England: 18th Century - Social, Political, Military, Aesthetic, Literary History, 1750-1850 (Includes Jane Austen information)


English & Literature Resources Guide


English 1A - Education Issues


English 1A - Generations in the Workplace


English 1A - Literary Criticism


English 1A - Race Relations and Race Politics (Eagan)


English 4 - North Africa and The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles (Sato)


English 7 - Critiquing Arguments (Spirn)

 

English 104 - The Other Wes Moore (Cole)


Environmental Issues


ESL 24: Food Issues Related to Michael Pollan's Omnivore's Dilemma


ESL 25: Science Research Assignment (Brickman)


ESL 131A: Famous Women


ESL 131A: Inventors and Scientists


Fiction - award-winners in contemporary literature, mystery fiction, and science fiction and fantasy


French Language and Culture Materials at LPC


Global Perspective of Women (WMST 2 - Bengiveno)


Government, Law, Politics, Elections, & Civil Liberties Research Guide


Health 1: Behavior Change Project


Health 3: Women's Health (Hopkins)


Health Information Links


History 8 (Bengiveno)


Horticulture


Human Relations (BUSN 48-Stein)


Interior Design


Japanese American Evacuation and Relocation (1942-1945) Materials


John Steinbeck's East of Eden - Library Study Guide


Lewis and Clark Library Research Guide


Library of Congress Classification System - LPC Library Short Guide


Literature of the American West- Library Research Guide


Local History Resources


Maggie Gee and the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP)

 

Marriage and Family Relations (Soc 4-Mesmer)


Mental Depression - Library Research Guide


Microbiology 1 (Moore)


Microbiology 1 (Zingg)


Multicultural Issues


Multimedia Resources


Music Online for Music 5


Mythology - Library Research Guide


Nickel and Dimed - Library Resources


Oral Interpretation - Finding Texts


PE 28 (Manning) - Library Research Guide


Photography


Photography Research (ENG 1A-Robinson)


Physiology 1 (Zingg)


Political Science: International Relations/Country Studies- Library Research Guide


Politics, Government, Law, Elections, Civil Liberties


Popular Culture - Library Research Guide


Popular Music and Lyrics Resources


Primary Sources


Psychology 6 / Psychology Counseling 3: Disorders


Scholarly Journals or Popular Magazines: What are the Differences? LPC Library Short Guide.


Shakespeare Materials


Shakespeare's Macbeth


Spanish Language and Culture Materials


Spanish 1A - Spanish-Speaking Country Project


Spanish 1A - Migrant farm workers, day laborers, and The Fight in the Fields (Suarez)


Sport Management (KIN 5 - Manning)


Study and Learning Skills Materials


Study Skills Resources


Tuskegee Airmen and Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson


Vietnam War and Tim O'Brien'sThe Things They Carried (ENG1A-Cole)


Women and the Religious Experience


Women & the U.S. Military


Women & U.S. Culture (HIST 32-Bengiveno)


Women's Studies (WMST 1-Bengiveno)


Zoology


Other Resources

Latin American Fiction in Translation: A Bibliography - Compiled by João C. Barretto, Acquisitions Librarian and Coordinator of Collection Development, City College of San Francisco and LPC Adjunct Librarian

Literatura Chicana - A Bibliography of Creative and Critical Mexican American Writings through 1996, Compiled by João C. Barretto, Roberto G. Trujillo, and Andrés Rodríguez


Ask a Reference Question

Can't make it into the Library? Ask a reference question via e-mail. Please put "Reference Question" in the subject line of your email. Be sure to include your phone number or e-mail address, and one of the Reference Librarians will contact you with an answer.

Email questions to:
lpclibrarian@laspositascollege.edu

Make a Suggestion

If you are a student at LPC and would like to submit a suggestion for a library purchase, you may come to the library and fill out a request form. Or you may print out the Request for PurchaseAdobe Acrobat PDF Image and send it to us.

You are also welcome to make suggestions for purchase via e-mail. Please include the following information:

Author, Producer, Artist, or Composer
Title of Material
Publisher
Price
ISBN
Other information as appropriate
Your name, phone number, or e-mail address

Mail suggestions to: lpclibrarian@laspositascollege.edu


Important LPC Student Links

LPC Homepage

LPC Academic Calendar

College Catalog

Class Schedules

LPC Faculty/Staff Directory

LPC Instructor Websites

CLASS-Web - LPC Student Information: Grades, Records, Registration

LPC Bookstore - efollett.com

Finally, check all the LPC Library webpages to find other useful information.

 

 

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Library Telephone: 925.424.1150
Library Fax: 925.606.7249

Page last modified: October 22, 2014