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Chem 105b/107b: General Chemistry: Article Citations

Citing Sources

An important part of the research process is writing about your work. Consulting the work of others before you is inevitable and you acknowledge their work by providing proper annotation of the sources used. The following tutorials will help you to recognize when to cite sources and how to do so. 

Avoiding Plagiarism 

Organizing Your Sources to Avoid Plagiarism

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Citing Sources in Science Writing

This video from UBC Science Writing describes when to cite sources and offers tips on science writing.