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Electronic Citations
When writing a paper or working on a project, it is important give the proper credit to your sources. You should not claim the work of others as your own Work should be cited even if you did not quote directly from them as long as they influence the content of your work. There are three common styles used for references: APA, MLA, and Turabian. Citation of electronic resources may not be covered in guides that focus on these styles, so the links on this page should be helpful.


Style Sheets for Citing Resources

Examples of electronic citations for all of the major style guides can be found on the UC - Berkeley Citing Resources web site.

Citation Maker
Take the worry out of creating citations with this online tool at http://myt4l.com. Click on Tools (on the left) and then click Citation Maker.

Citing Internet Resources

Classroom Connect offers a quick look at the proper citation for the most common Internet resouces
 
Accuracy

Anyone has the ability to publish information to the Internet.  Always evaluate the content of a web site and check the authenticity.  In addition to the text content, remember that graphics software can be used to create misleading images. For an in-depth look at evaluating web pages for accuracy check out the UC - Berkeley Evaluating Web Pages web site.


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