The Antonian Library is an exemplary library program that embodies both state and national library standards to produce discerning, information literate problem-solvers who are prepared to succeed in the 21st century.
On this page you will find links to the MLA Citation Guide, Digital Note Taking Form Keyword Worksheet™, Son of Citation Machine and EasyBib website. In order to print the forms, you need to have Acrobat Reader. You can download it free from Acrobat Reader website.
The Modern Language Association of American published the “MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers” and is the method used at Antonian.
This is a link to printable MLA style sheet that is condensed. If you need more information, come to the library to use the MLA manual.
Digital Note Taking Form. Use this form to help you keep track of your research notes. This form was created by the librarians in NEISD and they have generously offered to let us use it.
The Keyword Worksheet™ will help you develop searching skills that will enable you to succeed in finding information either on the web or on databases. If you take the time to figure out what you are searching for and use the best words, you will be happier with the search results.
Son of Citation Machine is a free service of David Warlick's Landmark Project. This is an interactive website that allows the user to produce reference citations that credit information from other sources. Citing you sources is very important..
EasyBib: The fastest way to create accurate, comprehensive works cited lists especially if you want to use just the ISBN of a book.
Bibme: The fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. It's the easiest way to build a works cited page. After you create an account you can download your citations, save them to work on later and then make your entire bibliography when you are finished!