Print the worksheetWhy citeWhy cite: OverviewWhy citation is importantReview: Why cite
When to citeWhen to cite: OverviewDo NOT cite thisCite thisReview: When to Cite
How to citeHow to cite: OverviewStep 1. Insert contentQuotingQuoting - ExampleQuoting - More examplesParaphrasingParaphrasing - Good exampleParaphrasing - Poor example #1Paraphrasing - Poor example #2Step 2. Create source listSource list - ExamplesStep 3. Format (APA or MLA)Review: How to citeThe End
*Bonus - Research Strategies
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Avoiding Plagiarism  

A self-paced tutorial to learn why, when, and how to use citations to prevent plagiarism.
Last Updated: Jun 21, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Tutorial Welcome


This self-paced tutorial is designed to help you prevent plagiarism by understanding citations.


After you complete this activity, you will be able to…

  • understand why citation is important
  • explain when to cite
  • know how to cite 



– A printer is required to print the worksheet that must be submitted.

– There is no audio in this tutorial so headphones or speakers are NOT required.

– This tutorial can be stopped and started at any time.  Your progress is "saved" by you as you fill in the worksheet.






* If you need help during this tutorial, you can visit or call a reference librarian. 




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