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Citing and Writing Guide - MLA, APA, CSE, Chicago/Turabian   Tags: apa, chicago_turabian, citation, cse, mla  

Information on writing and grammar, copyright, and citation styles.
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2014 URL: http://libraryguides.oglethorpe.edu/citationguide Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome

Welcome to Philip Weltner Library's Citation Guide. On these pages you will find information on different types of citation styles. Also included are writing and grammar guides, and copyright information.  

Navigate using the tabs above to choose the citation style you wish to use.

 

Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center (ASC) offers Oglethorpe students free, one-on-one tutoring sessions.  It is located in the basement of Lowry Hall.

Citation Management Tools

Please double-check these citation tools with the official citation style guide, as they may not always create accurate citations!

  • Zotero
    "Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. You can use Zotero for Firefox, a Firefox extension. This is the original way of using Zotero, and it offers the most reliable operation along with all of the available features. If Firefox is not your browser of choice, or if you do not want Zotero to be taking up space in your Firefox window, you can choose to use Zotero Standalone."
  • Mendeley
    Mendeley is an excellent and powerful citation manager. It requires a small installation on your local hard drive. This free tool allows you to organize and store your documents and citations, and you can highlight and add notes to all of your documents. Watch their excellent videos or stop by the Library for assistance with this tool.
  • BibMe
    A free online citation generator that covers MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian, and it allows you to store more than citation at a time. Simply type in the required information, or search their database for your resource, and it will automatically create the citation for you.
  • Citation Machine
    A free online citation creator, covering MLA, APA, Turabian, and Chicago.
  • NoodleBib Express
    A free online tool that allows you to create citations one at a time and copy into your document. Supports MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian.
  • CiteULike: Everyone's Library
    You have to complete a sign-up for a free account, which takes less than a minute. CiteULike is a free service to help academics to share, store, and organise the academic papers they are reading. When you see a paper on the web that interests you, you can click one button and have it added to your personal library. You can share your library with others, and find out who is reading the same papers as you.
 

Citing Sources is Crucial

Failing to cite other's work properly in your own projects, even unintentionally, can have serious consequences!

The mildest consequences for plagiarizing in a university setting range from receiving an 'F' on the assignment to a failing grade in the course; the most serious consequences can involve one being expelled from school. A couple of basic points to remember:

- To avoid any kind of plagiarism, be sure to keep track of what information you are getting from what source, then cite each of these sources in your work.

- Remember that paraphrasing without citing is plagiarizing.

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