Use MLA to cite your sources; remember to use in-text citations
This page is designed to help Gr. 11 students research topics related to themes in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake.
- Having trouble understanding the details in Oryx and Crake? Try this video for a quick overview
Use this list of subscription database to get relevant academic articles. All username and passwords can be found in your school agenda. Be sure to limit your search to good quality articles; newspaper, encyclopedia and website articles may not be appropriate to cite for this assignment.
Begin by getting background information about your topic. We suggest you begin by exploring Encyclopedia Britannica
- Global Issues in Context
- Explora Canada
- Canadian Reference Centre
- Opposing Viewpoints
- Science Reference Centre
Easy Bib Add on for Google Docs
- Use turnitin to track your work and avoid plagiarism
- Plagiarism Suit Against Author J.K Rowling Allowed to Proceed
- Beijing Olympics (Toronto Star)
- Stolen Words: The Internet has made plagiarizing easier than ever. But detection methods have gone high-tech, too. (from U of T magazine)