Plagiarism and Citations
Understanding Copyright Law
Handy reference chart that covers a wide range of types of sources for teachers.
Learn how to paraphrase and when to quote using this information from Duke University.
LAUSD Audio/Visual Use In The Classroom For Items Not Owned, Recommended, or Distributed by the District
How To Cite Your Sources
Easy-to-use fill-in-the-blank form that helps you create citations and a works cited page.
Note: Neither Citation Machine nor EasyBib are perfect and some of the fields may be left blank which you can fill in yourself using one of the resources below.
From Calvin College, KnightCite works similarly to Citation Machine and EasyBib with more input from you but better results overall.
Comprehensive resource from Purdue University that can be used as a guideline for citing any type of format.
The official Modern Language Association style site containing tutorials and other frequently asked questions. Updated for MLA 8th edition.
Extensive but accessible explanations of various styles of citation and writing.
Mackin MLA E-Book
A handy E-Book from Mackin that breaks down the basics for MLA citation is attached below.
Thanks to Ms. L. Roche for the information on this page.