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Properly citing resources is key to avoiding plagiarism. Follow the links below to find the appropriate style guide for your class. Remember, even if you put an idea in your own words, you must cite the original author. The Purdue OWL gives great instructions on how to cite in MLA, APA, and Chicago style.
Want to explore further? Take a look at these links to find out more about avoiding plagiarism. The video below comes from librarians at Bainbridge College and addresses common questions and judgement calls associated with integrating sources correctly.