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Women's History: Citing Your Sources

Use this guide to learn more about researching women's history.

What is Plagiarism?

  • Failure to properly cite sources
  • Submitting under a student’s own name work that is not entirely theirs
  • Falsification of information, data, or attributions
  • Cheating or abetting others in the act of cheating
  • Submitting the same work for more than one class, within the same or different semesters, without the express permission of all faculty involved

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Citation Management with Mendeley

What can Mendeley do?

  • Import & annotate PDFs directly in your personal library
  • Access PDFs after you have left SLC (Mendeley is free which means you have access to it no matter where you are)
  • Create in-text citations and work cited lists
  • Save citations online
  • Organize and search your own personal resource Library                          

Find out more and set up an account at the Mendeley Reference Management Guide

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