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Citation Style Guidelines   Tags: attributing sources, citation, citing, plagiarism, write and cite  

Resources on writing and citing in different citation styles
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RefWorks

RefWorks

Use RefWorks to store, organize, and output a bibliography or references list in any bibliographical style. Set up your own personal account.

 

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Why Cite?

As a student you are learning to not only understand the meaning of a written argument, but also then take it and write it into your own words. Paraphrasing (writing in your own words) and Citing (quoting others' words and attributing an idea to its source) are important skills to have because any time you would like to advance your own argument, citing data and reputable sources will strengthen your message, and, help you to avoid plagiarism. Here are some resources to assist with these skills:

 

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