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Researching and Citing Sources Responsibly (Student)

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How to Research Responsibly


The best way to avoid plagiarism is to know how to incorporate the words and ideas of other's into your work.  This begins in the research process. As you research a topic and begin to gather articles, books, web resources and more on your research topic, you need a way to keep track of where you acquired this information so you can properly give credit to the author of the material.  


Below are resources that will give you ideas and strategies for gathering, storing, and organizing your research.






This page provides links to the many online resources connected to Mike Palmquist's The Bedford Researcher. Of particular note are the many research checklists (available as pdf, rtf and doc files),  "How to" guides on many aspects of the research process, and links to research tutorials and the Bedford Bibliographer,  web tool for generating bibliographic citations in MLA, APA and Chicago styles.



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