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US - Mission 10 Citing and Sources: Referencing and citing

Use this guide to ensure that you are researching efficiently and citing accurately. Academic honesty is key to a successful Mission 10 project.

Academic Honesty

Proper citations and references are only one part of being an honest academic writer.  This page will help you with how to write a correct and accurate reference to include on your MLA Works Cited page.  Remember that in Grade 10 at ZIS, you are required to use MLA 8th edition.

Useful Online Sites

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MLA 8th Edition

"The list titled "Works Cited" identifies the sources you borrow from - and therefore cite - in the body of your research project" 

The Core Elements of a work cited:

1. Author.

2. Title of source.

3. Title of container,

4. Other contributors,

5. Version,

6. Number,

7. Publisher,

8. Publication date,

9. Location.

Click on the excellent Libguide link below to see a table of example references for everything from books to websites. 

Citations and Style Guides Available in the Library

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