Name Professor Course Date Tuskegee Airmen Moye J. Todd. Freedom Flyers: The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II. Oxford University Press 2010. This is a name that is given to the members Of the Army Air Force of the United States during the World War II. This name was specifically given to that group of this army that comprised of mainly African Americans flyers together with the maintenance crews despite that there was also some few white trainers and officers that were also involved. The group gave out a record performance that is still prevailing even today mainly in Mediterranean theatres of operations led to the end of racial segregation in the American armed forces. This article is considered to be also reliable in that it explains clearly the authors that prepared it as well as the sources that the author sued to get such information from. Google was the search engine that was used. Work cited Francis Charles E. The Tuskegee airmen: the men who changed a nation. Branden Books 1997. Moye J. Todd. Freedom Flyers: The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II. Oxford University Press 2010. Scott Lawrence P. and William M. Womack. Double V: The civil rights struggle of the Tuskegee airmen. MSU Press 1998. [...]
Internet Research Report Assignment • Conduct a Web search on one of the listed topics using 3 different search engines. • Select at least 3 reliable articles, one from each search engine. • Save or print the web pages you find. Make sure you have the URL. • Follow the instructions below to write a short paper. • The report will include a citation and a summary for each one of the 3 websites you selected on the one topic you choose to research. • Your research will continue in the next chapter using GALILEO databases to search for information on the topic you select here. TOPIC CHOICES: ❖ The Tuskegee Airmen 100 words a piece for each search engine www.nps.gov - usa.gov citeseerx.ist.psu.edu – google scholar www.lexisnexis.com - LexusNexis Create a Word Document Following these Instructions: 1. Create a Microsoft Word document titled “WWW Internet Research Report.” 2. Left align a Heading on the first page to include your name and course information. Include a Header above the margin containing your last name and the page number. 3. For each website article, type the name of the search engine you used. 4. Create the necessary MLA style citation for each source. Follow the Quick Reference Guide to Using MLA Style, which is also available on the Library Citation Style Research Guide. 5. Tell why this article is a credible source of information. Review the section on Evaluating Internet Sources to write this part. 6. Write a 100-word (or more) summary of the information found for each source. Check your document for correct spelling and grammar. 7. Make sure to save your report. You will be adding to it as you look for books and articles on your topic. 8. When you turn in the report, you must also turn in the print outs of your articles. 9. Flash drives may be lost or damaged, so make sure to back up your work by saving it in more than one place. You can save to the Cloud or One Drive or send an e-mail to yourself with your file attached. That way, you will not lose your work should anything happen to your flash drive. “WWW INTERNET RESEARCH REPORT” USA.GOV “The Tuskegee Airmen--Overview: Legends of Tuskegee.” National Parks Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, nps.gov 10 April 2000. ( I included a few links but the formatting of the paper is CRUCIAL also the correct CITATIONS and absolutely no plagerism ) AUTHOR NAMES follow this rule: last name, first name for only the first name if there is more than one author. For two names, add a comma and the word “and.” All names after the first one, are first name first. For more than 3 names, type the first author name, a comma, then the words et al. Look for examples that illustrate these options. For WORKS CITED and ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHIES: Items are placed in alphabetical order by an author last name OR the first word in an article title only if there is no author listed. TITLES must be correctly identified: ➢ Use initial capital letters for all important words in titles ➢ Certain words are always all capitals: JSTOR, GALILEO and any other acronyms. ➢ Use quotation marks around titles of articles (short pieces in newspapers, magazines, and websites with sections, or a one page web site). ➢ Use ITALICS for complete sources (books, magazines, journals, newspapers, and databases). DATES must always be typed day, month, year. Abbreviate the month as shown below. (May, June, and July are not abbreviated.) ➢ Example: 12 Jan. 2017 ➢ NOT January 12, 2017 ➢ NOT 12/01/17 OR 09/14/2017 Web Addresses: For WWW sources, if required in citations by an instructor, type the entire URL rather than using a shortening service. Hanging Indents and formatting: ✓ All citations must have only the first line on the margin. ✓ All lines after the first are indented ½ inch. ✓ When typing, do not press until the end of the citation, allowing the lines to “wrap” using Word. ✓ Then apply the hanging indent feature found in the Paragraph menu. ✓ Citations and summaries are placed in alphabetical order by the first word, an author’s last name or the first word in a title if no author. ✓ Double space the entire document with no extra spaces between items.