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Writing Research Papers: Citing Sources

This guide is intended to provide help with topic selection, research tips and strategies, and citing sources.

eBooks on MLA and APA Style

You can access these eBooks online. If you are off campus, you will be asked for your L# and LCC passphrase.

eBooks on Plagiarism

You can access these eBooks online. If you are off campus, you will be asked for your L# and LCC passphrase.

Books on Citing and Plagiarism

These books are available in the LCC Library in traditional paper format.

Books on other Style Formats, and Citing and Plagiarism

MLA and APA styles are the most common used at LCC, but there are other formats out there! These books are available in the LCC Library in traditional paper format.

Citation Help

More Online help with MLA and APA style

More on MLA Style


More on APA Style

NoodleTools

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NoodleTools helps you create citations and format papers in MLA or APA style.  You can also use it to take notes and keep your research organized. Create an account to access NoodleTools from anywhere.

Learn more about NoodleTools

Avoiding Plagiarism

Copyright & Plagiarism
The LCC handout to avoiding plagiarism.

Avoiding Plagiarism
A how-to guide from Everett CC, courtesy of OWL at Purdue.

Citing Wikipedia

Wikipedia Articles about Citing Wikipedia

Reliability of Wikipedia
To believe or not to believe? A discussion of how reliable Wikipedia is, or isn't.

A Caution Against Citing Wikipedia
Unless you are writing about Wikipedia, do not cite it, but use it to get quick orienting information on a topic.

Citing Wikipedia
Describes a tool that helps users cite Wikipedia articles, and gives multiple examples using different citation styles.

 

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