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Crim 375: Victimology: Human Trafficking: Home

The guide provides international and national resources on human trafficking.

ISU Writing Center

When you meet with a consultant at the ISU Writing Center, the consultant will work with you to solve any writing problems or concerns.  Bring your assignment and any relevant materials to the meeting.  Consultations are provided for on campus, online and distance students.  Check their website for more information.

Plagiarism and Citing

Plagiarism is using someone's research and/or publication and claiming the work as your own.  Universities and colleges can have stiff penalties for students who plagiarize.  Consult a librarian or the ISU Writing Center for assistance with citations.  

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) provides an overview of citing different sources in APA format.  If you need assistance with citing sources, consult the APA book (available in the library), the ISU Writing Center, or a librarian.

Primary and Secondary Sources

Primary and secondary sources are important aspects of the research process.  It is critical to know the differences between primary and secondary resources.  Some assignments may require primary sources; other assignments may require a mix of both sources.  If you have questions about the sources for an assignment, consult a librarian.

Start Here!

This library guide provides information and resources for Crim 375: Victimology: Human Trafficking.  Use the TABS at the top of the site to click on information about a particular topic.  Selected resources are shown on this library guide; there are additional resources available in the library and on the web. Remember, the guide was created as a tool to assist in your research; you are responsible for locating additional resources on your topic.  If you would like to meet with the School of Criminology and Security Studies Librarian, e-mail her (look to the right).


Inter-Library Loan (ILL)

Use InterLibrary Loan (ILL) to obtain materials ISU does not own.  ILL is a free service and can be used to request materials for academic work.  You must be affiliated with ISU to use the service.  If you need to use ILL, PLAN AHEAD.  It takes time to locate and obtain the materials from other libraries. ILL is available to online and distance students, check the ILL website for more information.


In Our Library

School of Criminology and Security Studies; Psychology Librarian

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Karen Evans
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Evaluating Web Resources

Although no criteria or standards exist for placing something on the web, criteria does exist for evaluating what is on the web. You should always review web resources before making a decision to use them as a source for an assignment.  Below are links describing benchmarks for evaluating web resources.