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Sites for Citing

Tip: If, as Professional Developers, we can encourage teachers to properly cite any and all resources they use when they create and post lessons and projects on the Internet then they will in turn encourage their students to adopt this very important technique. There are two styles of citation: MLA (Modern Language
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If, as Professional Developers, we can encourage teachers to properly cite any and all resources they use when they create and post lessons and projects on the Internet then they will in turn encourage their students to adopt this very important technique. There are two styles of citation: MLA (Modern Language Association) style and APA (American Psychological Association). Here are some valuable citation sites.

Resources that you can use to create the citations include:

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