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Philosophy: Citations

Citation Help

Every research paper must have in-text citations and a works cited page to show the sources you used in your research!

  • Identify the type of citation you needSome professors will tell you what style they prefer.
  • As you conduct research, create citations in your works cited section or bibliography.
  • When you quote, paraphrase, or reference an idea you read in someone else's work, place an in-text citation at the end of your sentence.

These websites can help you create the citations needed:

If you need help creating your citations, feel free to stop by the reference desk and ask a librarian or call the reference desk at 773-838-7669.

10 Types of Plagiarism Video

Learn key ways to avoid plagiarism after reviewing these 10 types.  Understand how to paraphrase a text, how to document or cite a source and how to research so the paper contains original content. Original source: Turnitin.com: Published on Nov 16, 2012