COMM 2367

A library research guide for students in COMM 2367: Persuasive Communication

Research Help

Need help finding articles or citing sources for your research project? Use the information below to connect with a reference team member (please let them know you are taking Communication 2367).

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Associate Professor, Librarian for Communication & Political Science

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Hilary Bussell
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Using & Citing Sources

The resources on this page will help you integrate sources ethically and legally into your research projects, as well as learn about the rights you have as a creator of copyrighted work. 

For more help beyond the resources on this page, see these Tips & Tutorials: 

Citation Help

Why is citing your sources important? When you work on a research project, you are entering into a conversation with scholars, journalists, writers, and others who have written on your topic before you.

Not only does citing your sources help you avoid plagiarism, but it allows you to acknowledge and give credit to the other authors with whom you are in conversation, and it enables your audience to find and read these sources themselves.

For more detailed information on citing your sources using the APA style (6th edition), see the following resources: 

Writing Help

The University Writing Center staff assists students, faculty, and staff with writing and research at any stage of the writing process. During sessions consultants can work with you on any project, assignment, or work-related writing you may be composing or revising—research projects, lab reports, dissertations, résumés, proposals, or application materials. The Writing Center also maintains a Resources page with writing handouts and links to online resources.

You can schedule online using your OSU name.# or call 614-688-4291 to make an appointment.

Copyright Help

The Copyright Guide for Students (OSU Libraries) provides detailed information on the rights and responsibilities you have as both a creator of your own work and a user of copyrighted material.