You will probably work on many research projects throughout your educational career here at Sun Ridge and beyond. It is imperative that you avoid plagerism. Plagiarism is using others' ideas and words without clearly acknowledging the source of that information. We must always credit ideas, words, images, and art to the originator of the work.
At Sun Ridge we use MLA Editorial Style. Below you will find the formats for MLA:
Your Works Cited page should be the last page or slide of your project. The words "Works Cited" should appear in the center of the page in plain text (without underline or quotation marks)
Below is the format for different research venues. Notice the punctuation spacing and special formatting.*Information taken from The OWL at Purdue**Click here to download Works Cited Page TemplateThe following websites provide an easy way to cite your sources. All you have to do is fill in the information, and it develops a citation for you.
Zotero (only for use at home)
Last Modified on January 16, 2018