Citation and You

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Subject:
Writing
Grade:
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Citation and You

If you want to use somebody else's work and ideas, remember to cite your sources.

Styles of CitationThere are different styles of citation, so check with your teacher for which style to use.Some different styles include APA, MLA, Chicago, ACS, CSE, Harvard, and more!Check out the style guide at your library so that you follow the rules of the citation style you have chosen.

APA Edition

Cite It Right!

Citation and You

Citing a Video ClipTo cite a video clip use the following format:LastName, A. (Producer), ' Practice, C. (Director). (2013). Title of Video [Medium Viewed]. Retrieved from http://example.comFor the video above:Richard Wagamese on Canada Reads [Video file]. (2013). Retrieved from http://youtu.be/ZxCzQAlfyxU

Citing a Book (Print)To cite a book use the following format:AuthorLastName, A. (Year). Title. Place of Publication, Country: Publisher.To cite Indian Horse:Wagamese, R. (2012). Indian Horse. Madeira Park, Canada: Douglas and McIntyre.

In your own text, use the following format:(AuthorLastName,Year, p. #)For this book(Wagamese, 2012, p.54)

In text, use this format (LastName, Year).For example ("Richard Wagamese on Canada Reads", 2013).**if there is no name for the producer or director, use the title of the video**

In text, use this format (LastName, Year).For example ("Richard Wagamese on Canada Reads", 2013).**if there is no name for the producer or director, use the title of the video**

Citing a Newspaper ArticleTo cite a newspaper article use the following format:AuthorLastName, A. (Year, Month Date). Article Title. Newspaper Title. p#**Retrieved from URL (if found online)**For exampleGriwkowsky, F. (2014, November 17). A conversation with Indian Horse author Richard Wagamese. Edmonton Journal. Retrieved from http://www.edmontonjournal.com/conversation+with+Indian+Horse+author+Richard+Wagamese/10386235/story.html

Citing a PodcastTo cite an podcast use the following format:LastName, A. (Producer or Host). (Year, Month Date). Title of Podcast [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from URLFor example:Rogers, S. (Host). (2014, July 1). The Next Chapter [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.cbc.ca/player/AudioMobile/The%2BNext%2BChapter/ID/2381168405/

In text, use this format (LastName, Year)For example (Rogers, 2014)

In text, use (AuthorLastName, Year)For example (Griwkowsky, 2014).

Check out the APA style guide HERE


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