This guide is created to help you use APA citation style accurately in your course work. There are multiple citation styles that can be used including MLA and Chicago/Turabian. You should consult your course instructor for the style required by your assignment.
Appropriately acknowledging all contributions, ideas, data or works used in an academic work is required by the Rutgers University Academic Integrity Policy.
For tips on avoiding plagiarism from the start, review "Don't Plagiarize! Document Your Research" available from the Rutgers University Libraries.
APA is the citation style used in course work in the Rutgers School of Communication and Information (SC&I).
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