Citing Your Sources
Which style guide are you using?
Click the style guide below to access our online guides with examples, instructions, and pre-formatted Word documents.
|MLA Style||APA Style||Chicago Style|
What you need to stay out of trouble*
Whether you're paraphrasing or directly quoting, if something wasn't original to you, cite it!
- Turnitin - an online service that will check your paper for plagiarism. This service is built into D2L.
- Plagiarism.org - website that explains different types of plagiarism and offers some guidance on properly integrating information into your paper.
*Trouble as in: failing your assignment, failing your class, or being expelled altogether!
See the LSCS Student Handbook (pdf) pages 26-27 for an explanation of academic dishonesty & its consequences.
Tools to Help You
Click here to find tools to help you manage your sources as well as write your citations.