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HIST 2202: Health and Healing in America

Citing Your Sources


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Excellent research projects that show evidence of:

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Citing Your Sources

The links below point to brief informational guides for creating accurate citations. For more complete information, consult the original books at the library (see call numbers below) or contact a librarian.




The cover art for the 7th edition of the APA manualRef. BF 76.7 .P83 2020




Author-Date 17th ed

Notes-Bibliography 17th ed

Ref. Z 253.U69 2017

Online Manual






Ref.  LB2369.G53 2016





 Full IEEE Manual

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Plagiarism Court

“The Plagiarism Court: You Be the Judge” is a short tutorial that covers the basics of plagiarism avoidance, including:

  • what constitutes plagiarism,
  • the consequences of plagiarism,
  • proper documentation of sources,
  • note taking tips,
  • suggestions for paraphrasing and using quotations,
  • and information on citation styles.

To access The Plagiarism Court: You Be the Judge, go to

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