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Why cite sources?
Attributing and documenting your sources gives credit to the author and helps the reader find your research sources and information. It also provides evidence for your arguments and adds credibility to your work. It demonstrates the authenticity of your information and pays tribute to the author's intellectual property. Proper attribution and documentation helps you avoid plagiarism.
Writing Center Help/Citation Help
OWL: Online Writing Lab- Citation Help
OWL is the most reliable site on the web for advice on how to format your citations in a variety of styles.
APA the right & easy way to cite
APA: The Easy Way!
Call Number: BF76.7 .H68 2009
Publication Date: 2009
A Quick and Simplified Guide to the APA Writing Style located at the Reference Desk in Madigan Library. Updated for the 6th edition. Other copies may be checked out.