PLAGIARISM

For help in citing sources, please refer to the following style manuals and handbooks for writers of research papers:

*  APA (Publication Manual of the American Psychology Association)
            - The latest edition can be found at the Reference Desk
            - Call number: 
BF76.7 .P83 2010

*  MLA (Modern Language Association) Handbook for Writers of Research Papers
            - The latest edition can be found at the Reference Desk
            - Call number: 
LB2369.L53 2009

*  MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing
            - The latest edition can be found at the Reference Desk
            - Call number: 
PN147 .G444 2008

*  AIP (American Institute of Physics) Style Manual
            - Located at the Reference Desk
            - Call number: 
QC5.45 .A45 1990

*  Oxford Style Manual
            - Located at the Reference Desk
            - Call number: 
PN147 .O88 2003

*  Little Brown Handbook (author:  Henry Ramsey Fowler)
            - Located at the Reference Desk
            - Call number: 
PE1112 .F64 2012

* Chicago Manual of Style
            - Located at the Reference Desk
            - Call number:  Z253 .C57              


The following web sites may also be helpful when learning how to properly cite and use quotes in your research paper:

* University of Victoria's - UVic Writer's Guide
     - http://web.uvic.ca/wguide/Pages/CitationsTOC.html

*  Purdue's OWL handout on using MLA
     - http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/15/

*  Purdue's OWL handout on using APA
     - http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/r_apa.html

*  For more help on research and documenting sources, please check out Purdue's Writing Online Writing Lab
     - http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/index.html

 

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