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Citation Guides: Citation Home

Help on citing sources

Citing Your Sources

One of the best ways you can work to actively avoid plagiarizing is by being vigilant about citing your sources.

There are a number of ways to help make this process easier:

  • Take notes while you're reading/researching
  • If you copy/paste from an online resource, automatically put quotation marks around it
  • Start making your bibliography as soon as you open a book or find a good resource


This short video will give you a brief overview of citations:


You can always ask one of the Reference Librarians for help if you're having trouble figuring out what information you need.