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V-L10 Research Paper

Bibliography A list of sources referred to in the document and is placed at the end of the document. Also referred to as a works cited page.
Bookmark A location or selection of text that you name and identify for future reference.
Caption A line of text that describes an object.
Citation Excerpt from the source of information.
Endnotr A citation in a document placed at the end of the document in which the citation is located. An endnote is formatted as double spaced with no hanging indent according to the MLA guidelines.
Footer Content that appears on the bottom of the page.
Footnote A citation in a document placed at the bottom of the page in the document on which the citation is located. A footnote is formatted as single spaced with hanging indent and double spaced between each footnote according to the MLA guidelines.
Header Content that appears on the top of the page.
Hyperlink A block of text or a graphic that when mouse-clicked takes the user to a new location to an internal or external page.
HyperText Transfer Protocol ( How data is transferred through servers
MLA style A standardization of guidelines used by colleges and universities for research papers.
Plagiarism Illegal use of someone's work.
Source Where you acquire the information. A source can come from a book, Web, interview, etc.
Tab leader The symbols that appear in a table of contents between a topic and the corresponding page number.
Table of contents An ordered list of the topics in a document, along with the page numbers on which they are found. Usually located at the beginning of a long document.
Works cited A list of sources referred to in the document and is placed at the end of the document. Also referred to as a works cited page.
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