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Communication

Citation and Styles Guides

The OWL at Purdue University (APAMLA
The oldest and one of the most comprehensive online writing labs.

Citation Styles (ASU Library)
Guide to various citation styles with overviews and examples, including APA style | APA Citation Style Tutorial 
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The Basics of APA Style 
Tutorial created by American Psychological Association. 

Citing Information  (APA | MLA | Chicago) 
A guide from University Libraries-University of North Carolina.

Library Guides

Citation Management Tools
Use Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote and other citation management tools to organize your references more efficiently, especially for longer projects and automatically create citations or lists of references in different citation styles, insert citations into your paper, share your research, and collaborate in groups.  

Copyright
A guide about copyright which is is a form of legal protection automatically provided to the authors of “original works of authorship,” including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic work. 

Plagiarism & Academic Integrity

The Plagiarism Awareness  (ASU Library) and Academic Integrity tutorials will help you understand what plagiarism is and how to be cite your sources. Academic Integrity includes a game that tests your knowledge.

Avoiding Plagiarism

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