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Resources to Help You Cite

Why cite?

Using information fairly and acknowledging sources accurately is an essential part of any research project. Citations provide information to help readers locate the sources you use and provide a way for you to credit other scholars for their original ideas or findings.

This guide provides an overview of the importance of citing resources and provides guidance on how to cite resources in your work. You can also find information about selecting and using specific citation styles

Below is a helpful video explaining the importance of citing resources from Lynda at UChicago, which provides free online and on-demand training for the UChicago community. University of Chicago users must log in to view the complete video.

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