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Political Science Resources: Writing & Citation

APA Publication Manual

LinkedIn Learning Information Literacy Course

Learning objectives

  • Understanding the information cycle
  • Working with books, periodicals, databases, and web resources
  • Identifying your information needs
  • Choosing search terms
  • Evaluating resources
  • Citing sources

To Access:

  1. Go here: Information Literacy 
  2. Click Sign In
  3. Enter your UCN email
  4. Choose University College of the North
  5. Off-campus users will have to sign in using their UCN credentials

Purdue OWL

Credo Instruct

Credo Information Literacy modules are online tutorials to help students learn foundational information literacy skills.

*NOTE* Students can take all or some sections of this course without needing to identify a Course or Instructor. Enter N/A in those respective fields. Long answer questions will only be graded if an Instructor is identified and chooses to grade it.

Instructors wishing to incorporate this resource in their course please email

MLA Handbook Plus

Student Resources

FABS Online Writing Support
Learners' Assistance Centre