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Bibliographies

Bibliographies and Citations

If you'd like to use a citation machine to create a bibliography, you can use Noodle Tools.
  To create your own from scratch, follow these examples.
  For a deeper dive, the Purdue OWL site has very detailed info on MLA and APA formatting. Use the menus on the left side of the page to see how to cite many different kinds of sources. 
  If you need help figuring out how to cite a source or how to use these resources, email Ms. Bigongiari at rosalie.e.bigongiari@adams12.org.
  *NOTE: IF YOU USE EBSCO OR WORLDBOOKONLINE, THEY HAVE THEIR OWN FORMAT—PLEASE LOOK FOR THE CITATION INFORMATION GIVEN ON THOSE SITES

Avoiding Plagiarism

Here is a quick guide on what you DO and DON'T need to cite when you're writing a paper.

 
 
 
 
         (source: University of Washington Libraries)