APA citation guide
2- The OWL at Purdue - APA citation guide.
3- Tutorials are available on the DeVry National Library Website.
Each database automatically provides citations for articles. These citations are not always formatted correctly so be sure to check a citation guide.
NOTE: Be sure to check your citations. Make sure you are using hanging indentations and the citations are in alphabetical order.
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- Citations reflect the careful and thorough work you have put into exploring your sources.
- Citations help readers understand the context of your argument
- Citations allow you to acknowledge those authors who contributed to your learning and your work.
- Citations, draw attention to the originality and legitimacy of your own ideas.
By citing sources you demonstrate your integrity and skill as a responsible student and participant in your field of study.
WHAT IS PLAGIARISM?
- Plagiarism occurs when you use someone else's ideas and PRETEND they are your own.
- It's a widely known secret that in fact you CAN use other peoples' ideas and even their words.
- For many research papers you NEED to do this in order to prove your own points.
- The trick is to acknowledge who these expert ideas really belong to by CITING them!
Adapted from University At Albany (2010). When and Why to Cite Sources. Retrieved from http://library.albany.edu/usered/cite/citing.html