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Use these resources to aid in your citation writing process.

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Welcome

Welcome to the library's LibGuide for citation resources. Click on the tabs above to learn more about citing your sources in the selected style.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the library:

Phone: 215.489.2394

Email: library@delval.edu

Text: send "infoplz" and then your question to 66745

Unsure what style to use?

If you aren't sure what style your professor wants, see if your professor has a LibGuide for your class. LibGuides are research tools we make any time your professor requests one. In fact, this page itself is a LibGuide! 

If you still aren't sure what style to use, we may be able to recommend the style your professor might use. However, it is always best to check with your professor ahead of time. 

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is claiming responsibility for someone else's work or idea. When it comes to plagiarizing, just say no!

The University has strict consequences regarding plagiarism. You might earn a zero on your assignment, or you could fail your entire course. A second offense automatically ensures you will receive a zero for the course and you may face suspension, and after the third offense, you will automatically be suspended for one or more years. These details can be found in the DelVal Student Policy Guide.

Be smart!