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APA Style
In social sciences—like psychology, anthropology, and sociology—you may be asked to use the APA (American Psychological Association) style for documenting sources.
Plagiarism is defined as using someone else’s words, original ideas, or data in your work of writing without giving proper credit or reference to the creator.
Multilingual Writers
This information is specific to the writing needs of multilingual students.
How the Writing Center Can Help Graduate Students
If you’re a graduate student, tutors are equipped to work with you at every step of your academic journey.
Writing Annotated Bibliographies
Learn how to evaluate sources for a bibliography and write effective annotated citations.
Writing Abstracts
Graduate students and researchers need to be able to write effective but concise abstracts for presentation and publication opportunities.
Writing Literature Reviews
A literature review is an argument that also “reviews” or summarizes and evaluates the research you have collected and read on a specific topic.
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