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Honors College Co-Curricular Workshops

Complete your honors project successfully through this workshop series. This will help students build research, writing, and presentation skills.

Using Information Ethically

Do You Need to Cite Your Sources?

If you use them as a source, which of the following don't require citation?
Blogs: 0 votes (0%)
Emails: 1 votes (16.67%)
Images: 0 votes (0%)
They all require citations: 5 votes (83.33%)
Total Votes: 6
If you paraphrase a source in your own words, you don't need to provide a citation.
True: 0 votes (0%)
False: 5 votes (100%)
Total Votes: 5
Which of the following is NOT a reason to cite your sources?
Lend authority to your work.: 0 votes (0%)
Let readers retrieve sources that you've cited.: 0 votes (0%)
The more sources you list, the better your grade will be.: 4 votes (100%)
Give credit to the source's author(s).: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 4
Where do you need to include citation information?
In the body of your text.: 0 votes (0%)
In the header of each page.: 0 votes (0%)
At the end of your document in a references, works cited.: 0 votes (0%)
In both the body, using parenthetical citations, and at the end, in a reference list.: 5 votes (100%)
Total Votes: 5

Citation Styles

Click on the books below to explore the helpful tools for each style manual.


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