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Finding Sources You Can Trust

 

Finding Information on the Solar System: Missions, Planets, etc.

For your assignments, you need to find high-quality information on a variety of things related to the solar system, from space missions to information about various geological formations beyond earth.

The best sources of information will be scholarly books, NASA (and other space agency) websites and scholarly articles.

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Academic Integrity

 

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How to Use Citation Machine

 

Citation Resources

After viewing the videos above, the following are some resources that will help you understand academic integrity, how to prepare a bibliography and some citation tools.

 

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