This guide was created for students in Steve Weber's ENGL 1100 class in summer 2019.
Credo Reference is a collection of hundreds of scholarly encyclopedias and dictionaries. It is an excellent place to look for background information on any topic.
The entries range from very short definitions to longer essays. All are written by experts in their fields, so are more trustworthy than information you might find in Wikipedia.
Credo also has a built-in citation tool to help you create an MLA-formatted citation. Make sure to check for mistakes, though!
"Rhetoric [Mind Map]." Credo Reference, search.credoreference.com/search/visual.embed?concepts=28380&width=600&institutionId=9473. Accessed 10 Jun. 2019.
Corrected MLA-formatted citation for this Credo source:
Who is the author?
Peer-reviewed journals are often called scholarly or academic journals. They are different from popular magazines. Articles in peer-reviewed journals:
MLA citation for video:
"Peer review in 3 minutes." YouTube, uploaded by North Carolina State University Libraries, 2014, youtu.be/rOCQZ7QnoN0
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