Before citing your sources, you will need to:
(1) Determine if your sources of information are subject to Copyright or Creative Commons;
(2) Collect the information needed for your Bibliographic citations; and
(3) Identify which citation style that you need to use.
The citation style will likely be identified by your teacher.
Each type of information source is recorded differently in a Bibliography, and is specified in each citation style guide. For example, a book is cited differntly to a website or an article.
When doing your research, write down as much information about the source as you can.
Here are examples of the types of information that you should collect to build your Bibliography:
1. Author or editor
2. Title of the book or article
4. Place of publication for a book
5. Date of publication
6. URL and/or the database name
7. Date document was accessed
The Values that Make-Up Academic Honesty, or Academic Integrity are:
"Academic [Honesty] is having the 5 values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility with the courage to act on these values in your school work."
The Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity (7th ed.). (1999). Des Plaines, Illinois: Clemson University.
What is copyright?
The Canadian Copyright Act must be followed in this manner.
This definition is from the Oxford Learner's Dictionary, see "copyright" and "license."
Often, publishers and webistes have their own permissions application process. If you cannot locate this -- or one does not exist -- use the generic form below:
Definition of Paraphrase:
Source: Merriam-Webster Dictionary