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NSCI 300 Neuroethics

Research Toolkit

Here are a couple more practical resources for help with writing skills, citing sources, and organizing research.

For citing sources and doing assignments: Here is a good website that provides lots of examples of formatting sources in APA style.

For managing research and citations: Programs such as Endnote or Zotero can store and organize your resources and format your citations for you. Check out A comparison of citation managers. Endnote software is free for McGill students and is supported by the library (meaning you can contact a librarian for help using the software if you need it).

For writing help: Make an appointment at the McGill Writing Centre. They can give you advice at any stage of your writing, from outlining to revising. Not sure how to cite your sources while avoiding plagiarism? Check out The complete guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism (2010), by Colin Neville.

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