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Chicago & Turabian Citations
Guides for Students
There are many excellent online guides intended to assist students in understanding and avoiding plagiarism, including:
This resource from Duke University covers many different citation styles. Ask a librarian if you need assistance determining the proper style or if you have questions about using any citation style.
Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Recognize and Avoid It
This site from Indiana University Bloomington has helpful tips on avoiding plagiarism, including examples of when to cite and how to paraphrase.
How Not To Plagiarize
This useful site from the University of Toronto answers frequently asked questions about plagiarism and gives examples on how to paraphrase.
Writing Research Essays – A Guide for Students of All Nations
This website by William Badke of Trinity Western University contains helpful advice for international students (and Americans too!) on what constitutes cheating and plagiarism in North America.
Linguistic Sociaety of America Style Guide
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