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Gladstone Street School Library: Citation Station

What Is Plagiarism?

pla·gia·rize

to use the words or ideas of another person as if they were your own words or ideas

definition courtesy of Merriam-Webster

Online Citation Maker

Online Citation Maker courtesy of Oregon School Library Information System.

Still Not Sure What To Do?

The Owl at Purdue University is considered THE authority on MLA citations. If you are not sure how to cite your sources, visit the Owl for further help.

Why Cite?

In order to avoid plagiarizing you must always cite your sources. Often called a bibliography, the Modern Language Association (MLA) refers to a list of sources used as Works Cited. Cranston Public Schools follows MLA format when writing papers.

How To Tell If You Are Plagiarizing

                             

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