|The date you first look at a source. The access date is added to the end of citations for all websites except library databases.|
|||Details about one cited source.|
|The process of acknowledging the sources of your information and ideas.|
|A brief note at the point where information is used from a source to indicate where the information came from. An in-text citation should always match more detailed information that is available in the Works Cited List.|
|Taking information that you have read and putting it into your own words.|
|Taking, using, and passing off as your own, the ideas or words of another.|
|The copying of words of text originally published elsewhere. Direct quotations generally appear in quotation marks and end with a citation.|
|Contains details on ALL the sources cited in a text or essay, and supports your research and/or premise.|
Below is a summary of the format for a paper that based on MLA.
Please note: This is from the actual MLA guide. You can find a link directly to the guide HERE.
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