Cite Your Sources
These links will take you to various websites that will help you cite your sources in a bibliography or in your text.---------------->>>>>
Remember: "Good citing is good writing!" (Ricker, 2022)
Qualities of Information Literacy and Good Writing
- Framework for Information Literacy by the ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries). Describes the importance of information and the qualities of a "literate" learner. Citations are an example of the Value of Information.
- What is Good Writing? UNC-Chapel Hill page describing the qualities of good writing.
- Five Qualities of Good Writing. Brief and informative website describing the characteristics of good writing.
- Academic Writing. University of Arizona link with writing topics and outline for good academic writing.
- The Cite is Right Quiz Show!
- Citation Quiz. Rutgers University citation quiz.
Write and Cite. University of Arizona guide on writing.
Avoiding Plagiarism Check all of your work and watch some of these videos and read about avoiding plagiarism!
Grammarly from Google, free with a Google account. Click on the link to explore.
bibme is fee-based to check work for plagiarism, but it does allow some free services. Click on the logo to check it out.
Turn It In is also a fee-based service. Click on the logo to review.