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HEP 3000: Citing & Plagiarism

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Citing Government Websites

Government websites:

  • Cite these as you would other websites.
  • If there is no author listed, use the name of the government agency or organization as the author.

Example:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2018, January 18). World Map of Areas with Risk of Zika. Retrieved from: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/world-map-areas-with-zika

           

What is Plagiarism

Incorporating Other's Ideas

There are three main ways you can incorporate other's ideas into your work:

Quote: Using somone else's exact words in "quotation marks."

Paraphrase: Putting another source into your own words

Summary: Stating the main points of another source