Welcome to the Citation Guide!
This guide will show you how to create citations directly in the text of your assignment and how to organize references.
If you are unsure which style to use, aks your professor for a recommendation.
Please contact the librarian if you have any questions about how to use any of the resources mentioned in this guide.
What are citations and references?
Citations and references indicate where a piece of information was found and who is responsible for it.
Why cite and reference?
When to cite and reference?
Any time you present someone else's ideas, words or you summarize their findings in your assignment, you must cite and reference.
How to avoid plagiarism?
For more information, consult the plagiarism guide.
For any assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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