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Research Paper Planner: Guide
The links in this Guide will help you meet the research schedule laid out in the Research Paper Planner and support your research for completing essays, research papers, and thesis. The schedule portion is located at http://planner.bulibtools.net
Citing your information resources properly is a very important step in the research paper process. Proper citation helps guard against plagiarism, points your readers back to the original sources where you found your information, and helps to contribute to the scholarly conversation that takes place in academia.
From the University of Toronto Writing Center, comes this great list of links for help in all sorts of style and editing issues. From the "hit parade" of grammar and punctuation issues to unbiased language to comma splices to passive voice.