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Plagiarism

Mol, D. (2007). "Fail Road [photo]". CC. http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3130/2845637227_f2dba69ea4_m.jpg

Plagiarism: What it is, and how to avoid it.


image citation: Mol, D. (2007). "Fail Road [photo]". CC. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fireflythegreat/2845637227/

 

Writing help

The Online Writing Lab at Purdue (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/) is an invaluable reference for writing research papers. Covering everything from creating a thesis statement and coping with writer's block to formatting citations and the principles of academic writing, this comprehensive web site is a resource tool for every paper you'll ever need to write.

The Ferris Writing Center offers free assistance to all FSU students, faculty, and staff. In addition to tutoring help on-campus, the Writing Center will do tutoring online, including reviews of research papers and citation consultations. Don't pass up this opportunity for help.

 

MLA Style & Citations

Citation Style Guide: MLA (PDF)

Copies of the full-length MLA Handbook can be found in the Ready Reference section on Floor 1 of the library near the Oval Information Desk.

MLA Style Guide - OWL Writing Lab

Information about tables, graphs, and statistic figures in MLA - OWL MLA Style Guide

Citations - a FLITE guide
A guide to understanding citations, and a link to different online citation management tools that can help you input your sources and create your bibliographies.

 

PILOT

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The Project Information Literacy Online Tutorial (PILOT) will help you with

  • identifying types of resources useful for research;
  • selecting resource(s) to meet your needs;
  • finding information;
  • retrieving resources containing needed information;
  • evaluating resources and the information they contain.

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