Citation Style Guides, Academic Honesty and Plagiarism

Plagiarism

If you are unsure about how and what you need to cite, work through this amusing tutorial from Acadia University. It only takes about 10 minutes and may save you a lot of time and grief later on.

Acadia University Plagiarism Tutorial

If you still need further guidance regarding Academic Honesty and Plagiarism  read through this section from the Library Learning Commons.

Plagiarism.

Citation Style Guide Videos – MLA, APA, Chicago and Turabian

Still confused? Don’t fret. Memorial University Library has prepared a series of short videos to walk you through the problem areas. Each video clip runs for approximately three minutes and will show you how to properly cite books, newspapers web pages etc. in a step-by-step manner. Each information type has its own brief video. Simply select the type of source you are trying to cite from the list. Click on the link and watch the video. If you have any questions about how to cite something this should be your first stop. You may access the site by clicking on the link below.

Memorial University Video Style Guides

Citation Generators

Do you need to make a bibliography or add footnotes to your essay? Try these citation generators.

Citation Machine generates bibliographies and footnotes in your choice of MLA, APA or Chicago styles.

Bibme – another generator which creates bibliographies and footnotes in MLA, APA or Chicago styles.