Citation Help - Curry College

Citation Help - Curry College

Citation Help - Curry College


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Citation Help!Citation tools, Citation styles, and Plagiarism1. Citation ToolsNoodleToolsRefWorksAboutFind more information about citationbuilders athttp://curry.libguides.com/citationbuildersNoodleTools CitationBuilder helps studentscreate bibliographies thatcomply with the rules ofcurrent MLA and APAstandards, among others.For more information seetheNoodleTools User Guide.RefWorks is an online toolwhich can assist you withyour research andbibliography. It can beused to1. Import referencesfrom onlinedatabases,2. Help organizereferences infolders by topic orby project,3. Help generate abibliography.For more information seetheRefWorks User QuickStart Guide.Login: Returning Users NoodleTools Sign in Page RefWorks Login PageLogin: New UsersNoodleTools New UserSignupRefWorks New UserSignup

Off Campus AccessTo login from off campus,1. Click onNoodleTools2. Enter your Currynetwork usernameand password.3. Enter yourNoodleToolsusername andpassword.To login from off campus,1. Click on RefWorks2. Enter the CurryGroup Code:RWCurryC3. Enter yourRefworksusername andpassword.Tutorials and GuidesNoodleTools User GuideUsing NoodleTools (LevinLibrary)RefWorks User QuickStart Guide2. Citation StylesIt is important to document and cite all sources of information used in a research paper.Use the American Psychological Association Citation Manual (APA style) for the social and behavioralsciences. See the APA Style Basics tutorial to learn more about how to use the APA style for your citations.Use the Modern Language Association Citation Manual (MLA) Style for the liberal arts and humanities. TheMLA has an FAQ page.You may also be asked to use the Chicago Citation Manual for the liberal arts and humanities. See the QuickGuide to the Chicago Manual for more information.3. PlagiarismPlagiarism is the act of using other people’s ideas and/or words without clearly acknowledging the source ofthe information. Whether you are writing a paper, compiling a business plan, creating a power pointpresentation, creating a work of art or writing a play, it is vital that you properly cite the information that youused. Information from books, periodicals, online databases, websites etc., should be cited according to thecitation manuals of your discipline.According to the Curry College Course Catalog, plagiarism is a violation of the College’s Academic Honestypolicy. For more information, see the Levin Library guide, What is Plagiarism?Levin Library, Curry CollegeSeptember 2012

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