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ENG 111 - SPRING 2019 - Climate Change & Global Migration (Cambridge)

LibGuide for Professor Cambridge's ENG 111 Spring 2019 class

Why are citations important?

  1. Inform a reader that material in your work, such as a quote, image, or idea, came from another source.
  2. Acknowledge the work of others and provide pathways to their work.
  3. Provide context to your argument in a larger scholarly discussion.
  4. Establish your credibility as a serious scholar by providing evidence that you have thoroughly considered the topic.
  5. Failure to cite, or citing improperly, is considered plagiarism.