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Why We Cite Sources?
3-minute video courtesy of UNCWritingCenter
The following links lead to online citation guides recommended by librarians at Scribner Library.
Print versions of the APA, MLA, Chicago, ASA and ACA style guides are available at the reference desk. Feel free to ask a reference librarian for assistance.
- OWL at Purdue:
- Citing Net Sources - Quick Guide
- Use RefWorks to create a personal collection of citations from online databases. You must sign up for an individual account in order to use this service. See also library RefWorks guide here.
You might also seek assitance at the Skidmore Writing Center Resources and the Skidmore Guide to Writing
Academic Integrity - proper citing of the resources you consulted is monument to all your academic work at Skidmore, please consult Student Handbook (page 27-36) regarding academic integrity.