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A site that has been providing resources, training, advice and guidance to the education sector since 2002 to help address growing concerns about plagiarism, whilst promoting appropriate use of electronic sources of information.
MLA Citation Help
Are you using a critic's ideas or quoting from the original work itself?
Both are great ways to make your points.
Both require giving credit to the author.
Use in-text notation after a quote or paraphrase.
List the author and work on your Works Cited page.