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I work hard on this blog. I do research, go on field trips, process photos, write many drafts and generally work my fingers to the bone. I should at least get credit for my hard work and not to have someone pretend my hard work is their hard work. So, not cool.
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If you are an educator (school, environmental, library) feel free to use any information you find useful on my blog without having to contact me first for permission.
If you are a student, here is where you can use those citation skills. Use the info you want, just cite the blog and its author (me).
Citation: MLA Style
Long, Donna L. “Title of Page or Document.” Date of electronic publication, last update, or date of posting. Date of download. <http:www.donnallong.com/page or file name>.
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