Citing Resources, Including Electronic

Online Sources

Printed Sources

  • Chicago Manual of Style. 15th ed.
    REF PN146.C55 2003 The end of chapter 17 gives examples for citing databases.
  • The Columbia Guide to Online Style. REF PN171.F56 W35 1998
  • Electronic Styles: A Guide to Citing Electronic Information. 2nd ed. REF PN171.D37 L5 1996
  • MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6th ed. REF PN146.G53 2003
  • Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 6th ed. REF PN146.P83 2010
  • Scientific Style and Format: CBE Manual. 7th ed.
    REF T11.S386 2006
  • Turabian. A Manual for writers of research papers, theses, and dissertations:
    Chicago style. 7th ed. REF PN146.T8 2007

"Plagiarism:" Plagiarism is representation of the words and ideas of another as one's own in any academic exercise. Plagiarism includes failing to give a citation for using work from any other person or source. Modifications and rephrasings do not reduce the requirement for giving a citation. This also applies to information obtained electronically, such as from the Internet." ( p.29 of the Georgian Court Undergraduate Catalog)



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