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Information Literacy: Writing Your Paper

An Information Literate Student is a Successful Student

Writing Your Paper

Now that you have all your research completed comes the fun part (OK, maybe the not-so-fun-part): Condensing all that work into a logical, readable, well-organized paper.  Below you will find some excellent videos and tutorials to help you organize your paper. 

Still having trouble? Don't panic! There's writing help available on campus through the BCC Writing Center and the Tutorial Center.

Organizing, Writing and Revising Your Paper

No authentication necessary if you are accessing these modules within Massachusetts but initial sign into the general site is.  Click here once, after which you can continue to access ProQuest links here until you close out your computer.

Choosing & Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research - Ohio State University

Choosing & Using Sources - A detailed research guide from Ohio State University.  (This is used in some BCC English classes) - Open Source Text

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Karen Carreras-Hubbard
Jonathan Edwards Library, Berkshire Community College
1350 West Street
Pittsfield, MA 01085