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Avoiding plagiarism
The site provides definitionsreasons and types of plagiarism,advice and exercises with feedback.

On plagiarism
A short web page with examples of good and weak ways of using and citing sources.

Paraphrasing, Summarising, Quoting

Paraphrase, summary and synthesis
Advice and examples on how to paraphrase, summarise and synthesize from sources. It includes exercises with suggested answers and a test but no feedback on it.

Quotation, paraphrase and summary
Explanation and exercises from various sites. Activities are grouped in two levels of difficulty. You may check your work against a model. You may also email your comments on working through the exercises.

Citing sources
Very useful site. It includes work on reporting and quoting as well as useful language, exercises and a test.

American Psychological Association (APA) Style

APA Style.ogr
The official site of the American Psychological Association (APA). It describes the editorial style that many social sciences (e.g. Linguistics) have adopted to present written material in the field. It includes guidelines concerning citation of references, presentation of tables and statistics to ensure consistent presentation of written material.  

Write a bibliography list using APA
This site provides useful information on how to prepare a bibliography using the APA style. Practice activities and a test are included.

Modern Language Association (MLA) Style

Modern Language Association (MLA)
Part of the official site of the Modern Language Association, this page provides a short introduction to the MLA style (used extensively in Literature) but it does not include documentation guidelines.