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Genocide: Citing Sources

The Middlesex Community College libraries offer students access to numerous resources about the topic of genocide. Use the tabs below to locate books, articles, websites, videos, and citation help.

Why Cite?

It is important to give credit to the authors of the books, periodicals, websites, and other sources used in writing your papers.

Failure to acknowledge the source of the materials you use is considered to be plagiarism.

MLA - Purdue Examples

Need examples for how MLA style papers and citations should look?

Follow these links:

Creating Citations

 

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Noodlebib, also known as Noodletools, is a website that helps you to create and properly format a works cited page.

New accounts must be created either on campus or by clicking the link below:

Noodlebib

Writing Center

MCC Writing Center

The Writing Center staff assist students at any stage of the writing process, from brainstorming to proofreading. 

APA - Purdue Examples

Need examples for how APA style papers and citations should look?

Follow these links:

MLA vs APA

Check your class syllabus or ask your professor which citation style you should use. The two most common citation styles are MLA and APA.

Here are some of the differences between them: MLA vs APA

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