Referencing and Citations

Online Referencing Guides

Many post-secondary institutions offer very useful online guides. Try:

Citation Tools

These easy online tools can help you to create your citations and reference lists:

Learn About Creative Commons Licensing

Respect the intellectual and creative property of others - and your own. Learn about Creative Commons licenses: 

What Is Plagiarism?

Lack of knowledge is no excuse. It's important for students to educate themselves on issues of plagiarism, and how to avoid it. Visit Plagiarism.org to learn more.

Referencing with MS Word: A Tutorial

Referencing with Google Drive: a tutorial

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