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Introduction


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Background Information


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Principal Concepts


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Topic 1-2 etc


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Current Issues




References


  • Appropriate documentation is extremely important in all areas of scholarly work. Not only are there laws prohibiting unauthorized use of a borrowed source, but it is morally necessary to give credit where credit is due.
  • When creating a wiki page, each source from which one gains information must be cited--and cited properly. Citation is required when summarizing, quoting, or paraphrasing a source. If unsure about whether or not citation is necessary, cite it anyway. It is better to over-cite rather than under-cite. Also, too, be careful about citing images. It is not sufficient to reference Google images as a source just because Google was used to locate the image. Instead, go to the site that provides the image, and cite that.
  • Citation for the wiki pages should be treated in the same manner as though writing an English paper. Proper APA formatting involves in-text parenthetical citation as well as a reference section at the end of the page. Each source cited in the final "References" section should be listed alphabetically, too. In addition, when citing titles, italics are preferred to underlining. It is more aesthetically cohesive in a web document.
On this wiki we shall use the APA citation style. There is an example for each below.
  • Books


http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/08/
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  • Journal Articles


http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/07/
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  • Electronic Sources


http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/
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  • Images

see above
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  • Video

see above
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Contributors


Insert here each contributor's name and their respective contribution to the page.
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