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Early Childhood Education: Write and Cite

Search tips and research resources for topics related to early childhood education. Also includes resources for citing sources.

Writing Help

CC BY NC 2.0 By jjpacres

If you cannot come to campus, you can get live online writing help through the GSU Writing Studio.

The GSU Writing Studio also offers face-to-face sessions.

View the handouts section of the writing lab at UNC.  They have over 80 helpful handouts.

Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr.

Linguistic Perspectives on English Grammar by Martin Endley (One user at a time.)

APA citation guides

Tools to help you gather, organize, and cite your research sources:

The library supports two tools for organizing your research sources: Endnote and Zotero.  Endnote is a software program which is a free download for Georgia State faculty, staff and students. Zotero is a software program that is free for everyone. Both tools are very good and quite comparable.

The Research Proposal


Educational Research: A Guide to the Process by Norman Wallen and Jack Fraenkel.  Chapter 11 is about the Research Proposal. (One user at a time.) or get the print copy: Library North 4:  LB1028 .W275 2001


The Research Proposal - Massey University in New Zealand

How to Write a Research Proposal

Plagiarism Detection Tools

Be sure that you understand plagiarism and don't rely solely on plagiarism detection tools.