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Will give you visual examples of properly cited PowerPoint slides
Will show you examples of citation formats for your bibliography
Will link to more in-depth Citation Formats.
Why Do I need to cite information sources?
To give more credibility to the information you present by referencing expert opinions, ideas, and facts
To allow your reader to look for more in-depth information on your presentation
To avoid plagiarism and U.S. Copyright Law violation by giving credit to the work of others
The most effective way to avoid plagiarism is to take the time to cite your sources correctly. Citing or citation is the way that you give credit to the original author or source of the information. Depending on the professor and your program of study, there are several citation formats that are used. The resources listed above cover the citation format most commonly used at Owen.
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