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MLA & APA Citation Guides: Plagiarism Tutorials on Web

We’ve designed this guide to explain: • What citations are • How you use them in your written assignments • Why it’s important to use them • How they are formatted

We have used these tutorials and recommend their use for additional practice in paraphrasing your sources and using citation to link to source. Some are of more difficulty than others to accommodate a varied skill level.

  1. Colby, Bates and Bowdoin (CBB) Plagiarism Resource Site 
  2. Cornell University 
  3. Georgia Piedmont Technical College
  4. Indiana University
  5. Indiana University Bloomington - School of Education 
  6. MU Libraries - University of Missouri - Plagiarism Tutorial
  7. University of Southern Mississippi
  8. University of Toronto - this site includes a special section for English as a Second Language (ESL) students.
  9. Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest

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