Here are links to tutorials and information cites that will help you understand the structure of a bibliography. For quick, template driven citation generators that create a citation for you, click on Citation Generator above. But beware, not everything fits neatly into a template. You will still need to organize your bibliography, so it's suggested you look at some of these tutorials. APA Electronic References
This page created by the APA discusses citing electronic sources in APA format.
Learning Page: The Library of Congress
One of the best sites out there with instructions on how and when to cite using every possible citation system in existence. Clear and easy to understand.
APA Wizard "The APA Wizard is designed to help you create an APA (5th ed.) citation. It will take you through the steps for the most common types of cited works providing you with assistance on how to input specific information. As long as you enter the information correctly, the Wizard will result in a correct APA citation."
Son of Citation Machine
A citation generator for MLA, APA, Turabian and Chicago styles. The "Citation Machine is an interactive web tool designed to assist high school, college, and university students, their teachers, and independent researchers in their effort to respect other people's intellectual properties."
Plagiarism and BCC
Academic dishonesty of any type by a student provides grounds for disciplinary action by the college or the instructor directly involved. In written work, no material may be copied from another without quotation marks, footnotes, or appropriate documentation.
A PDF document on avoiding plagiarism, including unintentional plagiarism, from the University of California, at Davis. Note: This could take a while to load.
How to avoid plagiarism
Guidelines for attribution, examples of paraphrased, interpreted, graphic, cut and pasted and other forms of plagiarism.
"The Learning Center is designed to help educators and students develop a better sense of what plagiarism means in the information age, and to teach the planning, organizational, and citation skills essential for producing quality writing and research." This site does link to detection software which can be pricey, but the free information is still very valuable and includes definitions, citation information, printable handouts and more.
An animated powerpoint presentation from San Jose Public Library that includes a quiz at the end. While this site is specific to the resources available at the San Jose Public Library, it is still very useful to anyone interested in defining and understanding plagiarism.
Is It Plagiarism?
A series of yes and no questions that you can answer helps you learn from examples.
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