A research guide for the cultural aspects of food.
Last Updated: Aug 8, 2017
Use these links to learn more about plagarism and copyright.
Explains plagiarism and tips for students who want to avoid it.
This guide contains links to learn more about copyright, including a link to Web Central, the University's revised Copyright and Fair Use web page.
We cite sources to acknowledge the work of others, as well as to avoid academic dishonesty, or plagarism. There are various formats for citing sources and your instructior will tell you which to follow.
AMA Style Guide
This well organized guide is from the Harriet F. Ginsburg Health Science Library.
APA Video Tutorial
Explains the purpose of citing as well as explaining the parts of a citation. The rules are for APA (American Psychological Association), but the concepts are universal.
APA 6th edition
A guide that includes examples of various citations.
This guide provides examples for various citations according to the rules of MLA, The Modern Language Association (most often used in the humanities)
There are many programs that allow you to organize references and
create bibliographies. Listed below are some of the most commonly used on campus.
Best for students who want to create simple bibliographies. Resides on the web.
A Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, cite, and share your research sources.
Microsoft Word 2007 or later
If you use Word 2007 or later you can create a bibliography from within the software.