Knowing when, where, and how to use citations is foundational to avoiding plagiarism in your academic work. As a Peer Information Counselor, we don't expect you to memorize every single type of citation style, but it's important that you become familiar with the citation support resources available to students.
What is a citation manager?
A citation manager allows you to:
Import files and citation information such as author, date, format, and title
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