Citing Information

Avoiding Plagiarism

Is it plagiarism?     en Español     en Français

Differences between quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/563/1/

Citing Source Material

All of the books, articles, websites, and other information sources used in your research must be cited. A citation is used to give credit to the author of your source and to let readers know where they can find the information used in your research.

Some citation guidelines:
APA Style      Chicago Style     MLA Style 
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en Français    en Français         en Français

Compare the APA, Chicago, and MLA styles side-by-side with this PDF chart: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/media/pdf/20110928111055_949.pdf

Need more help? Try these citation tutorials:
APA Style Basics
Academic Citation Resource Guide
Tutorial de autoformación sobre Citas en Trabajos y Artículos con Referencias
Citer ses sources et éviter le plagiat

Respecting Copyright
 

Copyright Basics

What is copyright?     en Español     en Français

Watch this 6 minute video created by the Copyright Clearance Center
http://www.copyright.com/copyrightbasicsvideo

To read more about the importance of copyright in the workplace, visit A Practical Guide to Copyright Compliance for Business Professionals.

Fair Use

What is Fair Use?

If you’re unsure whether “fair use” applies to a situation, try using the Fair Use Evaluator created by Michael Brewer & ALA Office for Information Technology Policy.
http://librarycopyright.net/fairuse/

Open Access / The Commons

What is CC?

What is the difference between Creative Commons and copyright? The short answer is: Some rights reserved vs. All rights reserved.

For more information watch the video Get Creative provided by Creative Commons.
http://creativecommons.org/videos/get-creative