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How To Cite Sources and Avoid Plagiarism - Kevin deLaplante, PhD
Checklist for Avoiding Plagiarism
Following the guidelines listed below will help you avoid plagiarism and keep you away from the doors of the CWU Office of Student Affairs:
Did you give proper credit? - Indicate when you borrow material from an author whether it is a quote or a paraphrase.
Did you use quotation marks? - Enclose all quoted words, phrases and sentences in quotation marks.
Did you paraphrase? - Provide a citation to indicate the source material you have used just as you would a quotation.
Did you use the correct documentation style? - Use one of the academic documentation styles (APA, MLA or CSE) to provide the proper in-text citations for each of your sources and to adhere to the rules of writing in a particular discipline.
Did you provide a complete reference list? - At the end of your paper, a list should be present and will include complete bibliographic citation for every source you used and cited.
Written by, or adapted from, Vanderbilt University Libraries (current as of January 28, 2016). URL:http://researchguides.library.vanderbilt.edu/PBDY_hod
Award-winning web page from Eastern Michigan University: The Eastern Michigan Library’s Understanding Plagiarism tutorial provides information about plagiarism through everyday examples and situations.