Use NoodleTools to keep track of your sources and build your bibliography. Check out the videos on YouTube if you need help using their website.
The Purdue OWL has tons of resources that explain how to cite your sources, both in-text and in your Works Cited list. They also have helpful explanations of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.
This website is easy-to-use, and has all the basic information you need to know about what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Check out their "Ask the Experts" section for answers to common questions about plagiarism.
This helpful infographic walks you through questions to see how much (if at all!) you have plagiarized in your work.
Want to learn more about plagiarism, but don't want to look at a regular website? Track down and defeat gremlins in this game while you learn more about what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.
Don't forget to check out the Scranton Media Center website for more resources that will help you in your research.
Don't forget, you can always ask Ms. Fribley or your teacher if you have more questions about plagiarism.
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