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Scholarly Lit and Digital Poster Faculty Guide at Clermont

A faculty guide for utilizing scientific literature, teaching information literacy concepts, and creating digital posters in your science classroom.

Information Ethics

It is important to appropriately cite sources and use information in an ethical way. The links listed here can help you understand this concept. If you have questions, consult a librarian or your professor.

Plagiarism Resources from the Purdue Online Writing Lab

The Purdue Online Writing Lab has several pages dedicated to the ethical use of information, including the following:

Getting Started with Citations

Citation can be complicated because we now access information in so many different formats.

If you don't know how to cite an information source, gather as much information as you can about it and ask a librarian to help you. The Academic Success Center at Clermont College (Peters-Jones 104) can also provide assistance on all aspects of the writing process, including help with citation. UC Libraries also provides a comprehensive guide to citing works in various formats.

EBSCOhost databases, Summon, and many other library databases will actually provide citations for you. Users can usually select their preferred citation style when saving, printing, or emailing an article. In addition, you can find online citation helpers for nearly every subject/discipline below:

Style Guides

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