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Abbott, Robert D., Dagmar Amtmann, and Jeff Munson. “Statistical Analysis for Field Experiments and Longitudinal Data in Writing Research.” Handbook of Writing Research. Ed. Charles A. MacArthur, Steve Graham, and Jill Fitzgerald. New York: Gilford, 2006. 374-385.

Adler-Kassner & Estrem, “Reading Practices in the Writing Classroom,” WPA: Writing Program Administration 31.1/2 (2008).

Anson, Chris M. “The Intelligent Design of Writing Programs: Reliance on Belief or a Future of Evidence?” WPA: Writing Program Administration 31.3 (2008): 11-38.

Association of College and Research Libraries, “Information Literacy Competency for Higher Education: Standards, Performance Indicators, and Outcomes,” American Library Association (2000), 8-14.

Bashman, Charlotte, and Pat Rounds.  “A Discourse Analysis Approach to Summary Writing.” TESOL Quarterly 18 (1984): 527.

Council of Writing Program Administrators. “Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices.” 2005. 22 June 2008.

Davis, Philip M. “Effect of the Web on the Undergraduate Citation Behavior: Guiding Student Scholarship in a Networked Age,” Portal: Libraries and the Academy, Vol. 3, 1 (2003), pp. 41-51.

Eisenberg, Michael.  “Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age,” DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology, 28.2 (2008): 39-47.

Gillette, Mary Ann and Carol Videon. “Seeking Quality on the Internet: A Case Study of Composition Students’ Works Cited.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 26, 2 (1998): 189-194.

Gillis, Kathy, Susan Lang, and Monica Norris. “A Comparison of Two Commercial Plagiarism Checker Programs: Results and Implications for WAC/WID Programs.” Powerpoint presentation. Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco CA, 12 Mar. 2009.

Head, Alison J. “Information Literacy from the Trenches: How Do Humanities and Social Science Majors Conduct Academic Research?” College and Research Libraries. 69.4 (2008): 427-445

Head, Alison J. “Beyond Google: How Do Students Conduct Acaemic Research?” First Monday 12, 8 (2007). http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue12_8/head/index.html

Holiday, Wendy and Britt Fagerheim. “Integrating Information Literacy with a Sequenced Composition Curriculum” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 6. 2 (2006): 169-184.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “A Plagiarism Pentimento.” Journal of Teaching Writing 11.3 (Summer 1993): 233-46.

Jenkins, Paul O. “They’re Not Just Using Web Sites: A Citation Study of 116 Student Papers.” College and Research News 63. 3 (2002): 164.

Jolliffe, David A., and Allison Harl, “Studying the ‘Reading Transition’ from High School to College.” College English 70.6 (2008): 599-617.

Keck, Casey. “The Use of Paraphrase in Summary Writing: A Comparison of L1 and L2 Writers.” Journal of Second Language Writing 15 (2006): 261-278.

Kennedy, Mary Lynch. “The Composing Process of Students Writing from Sources.” Written Communication 2 (October 1985): 434-456.

McClure, Randall, and Kellian Clink. “How Do You Know That? An Investigation of Student Research Practices in the Digital Age.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 9.1 (2009): 115-132.

McClure, Randall, ““Digital Soapboxes: Understanding the Growing Presence of Advocacy and Commercial Sites on the Web” Journal of Literacy and Technology.  8. 3 (2007): 2-22.

Pecorari, Diane. “Good and Original: Plagiarism and Patchwriting in Academic Second-Language Writing.” Journal of Second Language Writing 12 (2003): 317-345.

Roig, Miguel. “Plagiarism and Paraphrasing Criteria of College and University Professors.” Ethics and Behavior 11.3 (July 2001): 307-324.

Scoyoc, Anna M. and Carolin Cason, “The Electronic Academic Library: Undergraduate Research Behavior in a Library Without Books.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 6.1 (2006): 47-58.

Shanahan, Timothy. “Relations among Oral Language, Reading, and Writing Development.” Handbook of Writing Research. Ed. Charles A. MacArthur, Steve Graham, and Jill Fitzgerald. New York: Gilford, 2006. 171-186.

Shi, Ling. “Textual Appropriation and Citing Behaviors of University Undergraduates.” Applied Linguistics (4 Dec. 2008).

Shi, Ling. “Textual Borrowing in Second-Language Writing.” Written Communication 21.2 (Apr. 2004): 171-200.

Sutherland-Smith, Wendy. Plagiarism, the Internet, and Student Learning: Improving Academic Integrity. Taylor & Francis, 2008.

Tolar-Burton, Vicki and Scott A. Chadwick, “Investigating the Practices of Student Researchers: Patterns of Use and Criteria of Use of Internet and Library Sources.” Computers and Composition 17.3 (2000): 309-328.

Vondracek, Ruth “Comfort and Convenience? Why Students Choose Alternatives to the Library” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 7.3 (2007): 277-193.