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Resource to help students with proper citing and formatting of their EE.
Last Updated: Oct 23, 2014 URL: http://aischool.libguides.com/content.php?pid=623012 Print Guide Email Alerts

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Avoid plagiarism, cite right!

It is always important to be sure you give credit where credit is due. It's not enough to change words. If the ideas are not your own, you must attribute!

 

Did you know?

Did you know that the formal presentation of your paper can get you 4 points?

It's a good idea to get this right!

 

Hello, Students

As you continue to work through the Extended Essay process we want to help you create good MLA citations and cite them correctly in the text of your paper as well as in your works cited list. Additionally, some of the tasks in this guide are designed to help you format your paper correctly. (This criteria is worth 4 points). Some of you may already know how to perform some of these tasks. In that case it is perfectly acceptable to help a classmate. By completing the tasks you will be able to turn in a more polished FINAL Extended Essay.

What will you be going during this session?

Task 1: Access your NoodleTools account (create an account if you do not have one) and create a project (Extended Essay) in Noodletools.

Task 2: Create the citations for your Extended Essay and learn how each resource is cited in the text of your paper. 

Task 3: Format the title page of your EE using the template on ManageBAC and this guide. 

Task 4: Format your paper 

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