Resources for Students

As you incorporate evidence into your paper, you may wonder what information to cite or how to paraphrase another's idea. There are several resources for you to learn how to do so without plagarizing:

  • Watch this video from CCC Library. 
  • See a consultant in the Center for Writing.
  • Talk to a UST librarian.
  • Meet with your professor.
  • Explore the resources and information from Purdue Owl.

Follow the guidelines below for the documentation styles appropriate for your discipline. Remember, consultants can help you prevent plagarizing and guide you through the specific formatting instructions for your particular paper.

MLA The Modern Language Association for the humanities (English, Catholic Studies, Art History)

APA The American Psychological Association used in the social sciences (e.g. psychology, sociology)

The Chicago Manual of Style Used Primarily in history

ASA American Sociological Association

Council of Science Editors The Council of Biology Editors for the sciences

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