There is a reason why academic institutions require their students to use one style or another for writing papers and citing sources. The key purpose of a style guide is to make your life easier.
There are three (3) easy ways to create citations for your list of sources.
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This guide briefly compares the core elements APA, MLA & Turabian Citation Styles to help you see the differences while creating bibliographies, references, or works cited lists, especially if you take classes in several different disciplines.
plagiarize pla·gia·rize verb \'pla-j?-? riz also -je-?-\ : to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own : use (another's production) without crediting the source [Merriam-Webster]
Read about the relationship between plagiarism and SDC's and SCS's statements on academic integrity. Learn how plagiarism can be a problem with writing, use of source information and/or the accuracy of the citation. Go to the LIbGuide for Plagiarism & Academic Integrity.
This guide was originally created by the librarians at Bob Jones University. Used with permission. We have adapted it to fit our particular needs. Parts of the APA page have been adapted from the guide at Asbury University. Used with permission. Parts of the CSE page have been adapted from the gude at Penn State.