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What is Plagiarism?
The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.
This includes copying information or pictures from Internet sites and passing them off as your own.
What is a Citation?
A citation gives credit to the source you used for your research.
It is a reference to a work where the author is given formal credit and where the source is given for the original work.
Cite Your Sources!
ALWAYS cite your sources! Including pictures taken from the Internet!!! In the boxes on this page are links to several online citation tools.
Citation Formats and Generators
Automatic bibliography maker. Either searches for source and creates citation or allows you to input the information to create the citation.
Automatic bibliography and citation maker for MLA format.
IDEAL Citation Maker
Complete fields with source information and create the citation in MLA or APA format.
Landmarks Son of Citation Machine
Helps students and professional researchers to properly credit the information that they use.
Citing Sources MLA and APA Style
Article on how to cite sources in MLA or APA format with examples citations for different types of sources.