academic integrity & citations
To review whether or not you are plagiarising, and when you need to cite, take a look at the following flowchart from EasyBib.
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MLA style, developed by the Modern Language Association, is used for English, foreign languages and general topics. MLA requires parenthetical citations within the text and a corresponding bibliography or works cited list at the end of the paper.
APA style, developed by the American Psychological Association, is used for hard sciences and social sciences, including education. APA uses parenthetical citations within the text and a corresponding bibliography or works cited list at the end of the paper.
Chicago style is sometimes used for history and the humanities. Chicago style uses superscript numbers within the text to refer readers to corresponding footnotes at the end of the page. A bibliography is generally required as well.
Many of the Library Databases provide Citation assistance for the articles. In the Tool area, look for features like "Cite" or "Cite Now!"
Do a final check to make certain that it has correct formatting, punctuation and content!
NoodleTools is an online tool for creating works cited lists. Use it with MLA, APA, or Chicago styles. It helps you create your citations, and generates your bibliography. Create folders and store citations for multiple projects.
CCAC provides NoodleTools to current students, faculty and staff. Contact a librarian if you have any questions. Show me how