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HD 3370: Language Development (Fall 2016): Citing your sources

A Research Guide

Zotero: Generate and Organize Citations

Zotero is a web-based program that allows you to easily collect, manage, and organize bibliographic references by interfacing with databases. It also interfaces directly with Word, making it easy to import references and incorporate them into your writing, properly formatted according to the style of your choice. For more information and to sign up for an account:www.zotero.org.  Free workshops at Olin and Mann each semester.

Tutorials:  There are some  good Zotero tutorials out there, including:

Contact us if you need help setting up Zotero! 

More Citation Management info from Cornell Libraries

Practice Safe Writing!

Citing the works of authors that you use to form your own research is a critical part of the writing and research process. Citation provides evidence to back up our own ideas and statement. It demonstrates where our work fits into the greater body of knowledge.  And it gives proper credit where credit is due. 

Read these best practices to avoid accidental plagiarism and check out these proper paraphrasing techniques.

Cornell University's Plagiarism Tutorial and Code of Academic Integrity

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