Preventing Plagiarism
Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
An excellent source for information on plagiarism prevention and education.

Why You Must Cite Your Sources
We must cite sources whenever we refer to someone else's work or words. We give credit where credit is due. In college, students have to adhere to a standard of academic integrity in their work.

University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has a good definition of Academic Integrity, as well as a discussion on avoiding plagiarism.

Read the Academic Integrity policies from these universities and colleges:

College of St. Rose
Cornell University
LeMoyne College
Oswego State University
Rochester Institute of Techology (RIT)
Syracuse University
University at Buffalo
About Bibliographic Citations

Frequently Asked Questions about the MLA Handbook

Bibliographic Citation Tools

Microsoft Word

MS Word has its own citation tool (References tab). Click here for instructions on how to use it. Or stop in to see Mrs. Scalfaro for help.

6 Online Tools to Help Students Build Bibliographies

I have not reviewed all of these tools.

Templates