## Resources We May Reference

**An MLA Update FAQ from Bedford/St. Martin's via Macmillan Community:**

https://community.macmillan.com/docs/DOC-2105-mla-2016-faq

http://guides.library.unr.edu/citationmanagers

**Citation Management Software Guides, University of Nevada Reno Library**http://guides.library.unr.edu/citationmanagers

**How to Cite a Cereal Box using MLA by Martine Courant Rife***

*Note, this is for an older version of MLA, but still worth showing. Students can apply its lessons/method to the current version.

**The Citation Project -- Rebecca Moore Howard and Sandra Jamieson**

**Plagiarism 101: Resources for Faculty**

**“Inventing the University” by David Bartholomae**(Journal of Basic Writing)

**"Next Time, Fail Better" by Paul M. Krebs**(Chronicle of Higher Education)

**“Conquering the Freshman Fear of Failure by David L. Kirp**(NY Times)

**James Lang**on teaching transfer:

See also by Lang, Small Teaching:Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning. http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118944496,miniSiteCd-JBHIGHERED.html

**Daniel Willingham**on understanding transfer:

"Why Transfer is Hard." -- from his collection of online articles on how students learn at http://www.danielwillingham.com/articles.html

**Robyn R. Jackson**on the first two steps on not working harder than your students:

"Start Where Your Students Are." and "Know Where Your Students are Going," chapters 1 and 2 from her book, Never Work Harder than Your Students & Other Principles of Great Teaching.

**Barbara Fister**

Her IHE Blog, Library Babel Fish

https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/library-babel-fish

"Teaching the Rhetorical Dimensions of Research," Research Strategies 11.4 (Fall 1993): 211-219.

http://homepages.gac.edu/~fister/rs.html

"Teaching the Rhetorical Dimensions of Research," Research Strategies 11.4 (Fall 1993): 211-219.

http://homepages.gac.edu/~fister/rs.html

**Two Handouts from the BYU Writing Center**: