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Use for citing information from web sites, blogs, wikis, audio CDs, DVDs, etc.
Citation Help video
This video shows you how to find citation information in the GIL-Find catalog and in several research databases, including citation formatting tools. It demonstrates how to translate that information into a citation.
Tips and Guidelines
Always use citations when:
quoting directly from a source
including statistics or other factual information
paraphrasing or summarizing an author's main idea
For more tips, see this guide from Duke University Libraries or test yourself with this short interactive tutorial from Wake Forest University.