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Questia’s Citation Showdown rewards your research

We still think your research is worth more than just a passing grade! That’s why we are conducting our 2nd nationwide search for the best and most accurate use of citations in a research paper, offering you yet another chance to win part of $1000 in prizes.

You know citing high-quality, scholarly research eventually pays off with a good grade, but how about with cold hard cash? Questia will help you research smarter, faster, and we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is.

Entering the contest is quick and easy! Simply submit your bibliography, which must:

  • Incorporate at least three citations, one of which must be from a current source
    (Published within the past 12 months)
  • Be formatted in an APA or MLA style
  • Have a subject selected from Questia’s list of Research Topics
  • Be in one of the following formats – Microsoft Word, Open Office or Adobe PDF
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No purchase necessary to win. Click here for complete contest rules & details.


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Questia provides time-saving research tools, like automatic bibliography creation, highlights, notes, citations and more, all designed with the research process in mind.

Tools designed to help you with:

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  • Bookmarks
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    Highlight and save text in six different colors as you read
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