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Bibliography & Works Cited Pages for Essays Flashcards

Bibliography & Works Cited Pages for Essays Flashcards
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Works Cited Page: Entries with Unknown Authors
Depending on the type of source, you may cite these entries by editor (anthologies), title of the piece (website) or even the company that published the source.
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Works Cited Page: Entries
These are constructed based on the source you are using, and may vary slightly. However, all entries should begin with the author's last name, if it is possible.
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Plagiarism: Avoidance
Ensure you don't commit this in a paper by properly citing sources. Do this by including in-text citations and a Reference or Works Cited page so readers can find the sources you used.
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Plagiarism
This involves taking someone's ideas or words and treating them as though you created them. It occurs if you quote someone, copy a sentence directly, or summarize an idea without attribution.
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Annotated Bibliography
A document that lists the sources used by an essay's writer. The writer must also evaluate and summarize the sources and include his or her findings in this document.
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You can access this set of flashcards when you're ready to review the correct APA format for in-text citations. You'll be able to focus on how entries should be listed on a Works Cited page. These cards address the definition of an annotated bibliography and how this document should be used. Additionally, you can consider instances of plagiarism and go over the ways that proper citation helps you avoid this pitfall.

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Annotated Bibliography
A document that lists the sources used by an essay's writer. The writer must also evaluate and summarize the sources and include his or her findings in this document.
Plagiarism
This involves taking someone's ideas or words and treating them as though you created them. It occurs if you quote someone, copy a sentence directly, or summarize an idea without attribution.
Plagiarism: Avoidance
Ensure you don't commit this in a paper by properly citing sources. Do this by including in-text citations and a Reference or Works Cited page so readers can find the sources you used.
Works Cited Page: Entries
These are constructed based on the source you are using, and may vary slightly. However, all entries should begin with the author's last name, if it is possible.
Works Cited Page: Entries with Unknown Authors
Depending on the type of source, you may cite these entries by editor (anthologies), title of the piece (website) or even the company that published the source.
Annotated Bibliography: APA Format
You format these entries by listing, in order: author's name, the year the source was published, the source's title and who published the source. Then you write your summarization.
Annotated Bibliography: Uses
These documents can be useful when you're writing a critique or someone will be critiquing you. They aid in biographies for people who already have a lot of sources and more.
Bibliography
This is a list of the sources an author used when developing their ideas about a specific topic. It records all the sources a writer looked at, not just the ones directly used in writing.
In-Text Citation: APA Format
Create these in the body of your paper, in parenthesis, directly after the information you are citing. Include the last names of the source's authors, a comma and then the date published.
Works Cited Page: Editions
You must note which edition of a book you are citing on this page, since the information in books, or the page where it is located, may change between editions. Put this after the title.

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