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After surveying the students in our area, they have shown great interest in wanting 
a research paper workshop.  I haven't been in a classroom for a very long time, and 
I am afraid of steering them down the wrong path.  I have already learned through 
my daughter that bibliography pages are obsolete, with a works cited page becoming 
more common.  I know they are probably looking for basics on how to use the card 
catalog on the computer, how to find the book, and so forth.  I am pretty sure I 
can handle that much.  Does anyone have any suggestions for me as to where to 
actually start?  Any great websites come to mind?  


Raynette Schulte
Young Adult Librarian
Watertown Regional Library
Watertown, SD

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