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Writing and Citing

UR Online Resources

Online Tutorials from Linked-in Learning


With more than 1,300 courses taught by industry experts—and more added every week—lynda.com is designed for all levels of learners and is available whenever you’re ready to learn. You can even view the resources on your iOS or Android mobile device (via web site or mobile apps).

Current faculty, students, and staff have access to a University subscription of lynda.com resources.  Please click the Access Linked in Learning link.  You will then get a UR login page for lynda.com — use your UR NetID and 16-character password before being redirected to lynda.com's web site.  

Access Linked in Learning

Sample topics: Writing a Research Paper;  Excel 2019 Essential Training; Word 2016 Essential Training; Improving Your Memory; Photoshop CC 2017 One-on-One: Fundamentals; Time Management Fundamentals; Programming Foundations: Fundamentals

MLA Quick Citing

Quick citing tools can help you get started, but ALWAYS check the Style Guides for specifics as you are responsible for accurately citing your sources.

(Click on Zotero tab for full Zotero options and Help)

 

MLA quick cite only.  You must register (free) to quick cite with other styles:

  • First click the blue “Sign up for EasyBib EDU” button on www.easybib.com/register
  • Then enter in the school’s coupon code - UniRichmond210

MLA Citing (McMasters Library)