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The resources on this pages will help you:

  • Formulate a search on your topic
  • Find scholarly articles in the library databases
  • Create annotated bibliographies
  • Cite your resources in APA format
  • Get help with preparing for your presentation
  • Log in from off-campus
  • Get additional help

APA Citation Workshops

Spring 2023 APA Citation Workshops

Learn how to create American Psychological Association (APA)–style in-text citations and the references pages for the most common resources used in the social sciences. This workshop will also cover paraphrasing and direct quotes and issues of plagiarism.

 Register at the link below.

  • Tues March 21 @ 9am (Zoom)
  • Weds Mar 29 @ 9am (Zoom)
  • Mon Apr 3 @ 6pm (in person - Library L220)
  • Tues April 11 @ TBD (in person - Yonkers)
  • Wed April 12 @ 11am (in person - Library L220)
  • Thur April 20 @ 4:00pm (Zoom)


Welcome! This research guide was created for students in Professor Baez's Intro to Sociology class.

You have a multi-part project requiring research on a specific Sociological problem and propose an appropriate Research Method to further knowledge in this area. You will prepare Annotated Bibliographies on previous research along with a Research Proposal in APA format. In a 10 minute Presentation to the class you will discuss your findings and potential research study.

This guide is a customized resource for this particular course and assignment.

If you have any questions or trouble, feel free to contact your librarian in person, via email or through the library's virtual services.

A great example of terrible field research.

Kitchen Stories (Salmer fra kjøkkenet) [Screen Shot]. (2003). 

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