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Academic Integrity

A tutorial on Academic Integrity at the Mississippi University for Women

When in doubt...

To cite or not to cite?

In other words, no matter the type of writing, it’s always critical to provide credit for other people’s thoughts and ideas. In academic writing, there are discipline-specific rules for how to cite sources. The next section will discuss these different citation styles.

Print shows Sarah Bernhardt as Hamlet, full-length portrait, standing, facing left, holding and looking at skull.

James Stack Lauder, 1899. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division