English 301 Dr. Ochoa: Home
Where to find HELP!
Dr. Peggy Ochoa, CSUF English Faculty
Joy Sage, CSUF Librarian
This guide will show you how to:
- Find Books, both print and ebooks
- Find Journal and Magazine Articles
- Avoid Plagiarism
- Cite Your Sources in MLA and APA format
- Evaluate Web sources
Places to get assistance:
More Ways to Ask for help
Tutoring is available at the ULC on the 2nd floor of the library.
Writing assistance is available at the Writing Center on the 1st floor of the library.
Look for tutoring in your major! Most majors have tutoring in their areas.
Prepare for Fun and Competition! Enter the Kahoot pin number given by the librarian.
Look up ten sources (including at least eight articles) from our library databases and create either a references page in APA format or a works cited page in MLA format. You can find instructions for both in most grammar handbooks, in the reference section of the library, and online at https://owl.english.purdue.edu/ The sources you list do not have to be related to your last paper; however, you can use sources from that research if you want to. Your sources should be recent (last 6 years).
Wikipedia is not a reputable source.