CMAT 297 Tutorial Table of
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Citing Your Work
Always make sure that internet resources are
appropriate for your project.
Look at the criteria listed
for more information.
If you have questions about the appropriateness of a website,
please check with your professor or a librarian.
for websites that I recommend for gathering government
information or statistical data. And by the way,
finding statistics can be challenging, so PLEASE ask for help if
you can't find what you're looking for!
USA.gov - the official
portal to the U.S. Goverment
American FactFinder - population, housing, economic and
Bureau of Labor Statistics
- data about employment, unemployment, wages, etc.
- gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies
Commission - news releases, statistical reports
Government Resources on the
National Center for Education
Statistics - you guessed it, education statistics!
National Center for
Health Statistics - yep, health stats from the CDC!
Princeton University Survey
- a comprehensive guide to online sources of public opinion
surveys, market research, and statistical data.
- US Government statistical sources through Vanderbilt
Statistical Abstract of the
Reports - for crime data
This tutorial was created by the liaison
Krista Knapp. Please let me know if you have
questions or comments. (updated 5/2010)