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I once had a professor in college who would never let me get away with plagiarism. I was always hesitant to cite any sources, and then she started demanding it like velcro. I wish that had been the norm then, but I don’t know that it would have helped me earlier in my career. Unfortunately, it is now. But it might help you. Legitimately cite all of your sources. When we go to conferences, we often hear the advice to put your sources at the end. But this isn’t good. Citing sources is a work of art, and you want to get it right. It will make you a more articulate.
Immediately start citing by clicking on the website or journal article icon. If you’re using another source type, like book, click “More” to see all available options. From there, a form will pop up and show you all of the information you should look for in your source. Remember: the information for sources can vary (e.g. one photo may have a title, another photo may have none), so the forms do not require a completely filled out form to add a reference. You can create a citation at any time and also go back and edit it as many times as you want.
We do not use the open-source code shared by Citethisforme, Zotero, Mendeley, and many other similar services. While it is currently considered an ‘industry standard’, it has multiple flaws. Moreover, Cite this for me cannot develop this code or improve it. In contrast, we are flexible, dynamic, we write our own code from scratch, and we are dedicated to quality.
Odds are, you’ve been given a specific citation style to use by your teacher, publication, editor, or colleague. (If not, try MLA format, APA citation, or Harvard referencing as they are the most popular.) Did you know there are literally thousands of citations styles in the world? Fortunately, Cite This For Me has a lot of them! In the navigation bar, click “2. Choose style” to open our citation style search widget and select the right style for you!
Beyond simply creating references or citations, most citation styles have additional guidelines about paper formatting, in-text citations, and other details. Cite This For Me citation guides covers a lot of this additional information, so your paper is more properly prepped and less likely to get points taken off for these details. The citation guides cover several citation styles, but the most popular are APA, Chicago Manual of style, MLA, Harvard referencing, Normas APA and Normas ABNT.
Now, the first thing one will want to know is what particular referencing styles can this extension handle? Well, there's four of them, and they're the most used ones. Whether you need APA, MLA, Chicago, or Harvard referencing, you'll be covered. If, unfortunately, you're looking for something else, you could either try another product or hope they add it to this extension.