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BIOLO 1110: Developing a Transportation Plan: Cite Your Work

Cite Your Work: CSE Style

Once you've gathered the resources for this lab, it's important that you cite them, both to give credit to the people who gathered the information/performed the experiments you're using, and also so that your professor knows you are capable of finding and identifying expert sources. 

If your professor is requesting CSE style, please check the links below: 

Not sure how to abbreviate your journal article in CSE style?  Check the two links below for the correct info: 

Cite Your Work: APA Style

Of course, as you get ideas and data from your sources, you want to be able to cite them.  Keep in mind that you want to cite not only quotations, but also ideas that you get from your research.

Not sure if you are paraphrasing, plagiarizing, or patchwriting?  Check out Academic Integrity by Ulrike Kestler, which has a section on all three

Need some help putting together citations?  Check out the helpful links below: 

Want software to create citations for you? Check out the database below:

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