Writing and Citing
Organizing and Citing Your Sources
Free citation tools like Zotero or Mendeley can help you keep track of, organize, and annotate your sources. Once you’re ready to write, these tools can create in-text citations and bibliographies for you, too.
Information on citation styles:
Visit Purdue OWL for an in-depth look at how to cite in APA, MLA, and Chicago style.
Writing a literature review? Visit this guide from the University of North Carolina for general tips and guidelines.
Test your knowledge of summarizing, paraphrasing, and quoting correctly with this self-paced Accidental Plagiarism tutorial from the University of Arizona.
Read an in-depth explanation of Plagiarism: What It is and How to Recognize and Avoid It from Indiana University Bloomington.
Run your paper through Turnitin in your class’s Kodiak classroom to check for originality. See page 2 of this guide for how to check your originality report from the dropbox.
Ask a librarian for quick assistance with research and citations.
Make an appointment with a librarian for in-depth research help.
Make an appointment with Writing Support Services to get extra assistance with writing for class.