Helpful Research links and tips:
Sources and Works Cited This PowerPoint goes through all the different sources you can use to conduct research on your paper.
Easy Citations This website generates citations, let's you know if your source is credible, and in addition, suggests better articles if your source is not credible.
MLA Citation Generator This site generates only MLA-style citations.
MLA Reference Guide Quick reference handout on MLA citations
Sample Work Cited Page shows you how a MLA-style work cited page should look
Microsoft Word TipsTips on how to format a paper and more.
How to Make a Screen Shot Have you ever seen something cool online but you can't save or copy/paste it? Using a screen shot is the answers. This pp explains how to make a copy of your computer screen. You can use it many ways!
Cool English links:
60-second book recaps A site that summarizes great works in 60 seconds. (60 seconds for plot, 60 seconds for characters, etc.) Good for reviewing for a test or for reviewing works for AP English exams.
Google Trips This website was done by a Google Certified Teacher, and it uses Google Earth to track a character's journey in a literary work. For example, while we are reading novels in our English class, we will use this site to shows how the characters progress through different places.