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COMP 106: Writing & Rhetoric II

Cite your Sources

Whenever you use someone’s words or ideas to support your own writing assignment, you need to give credit back to the original source. The following are some of the more common citation styles. Double check with your assignment/syllabus/instructor to make sure you're using the right citation style.

Also check out the Mardigian Library's Citation Sources page.

Writing Resources

UM-Dearborn Writing Center

Please contact the UM-Dearborn Writing Center for help in all stages of the writing process. Set up an appointment with them today!

UW-Madison Writer's Handbook

Full of helpful writing techniques and examples! They cover the Writing Process and StructureImproving Your Writing SkillsGrammar and Punctuation, and How to Cite References In Your Paper.

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