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Citation and Style Guide

A guide to resources and best practices for citation, academic integrity and bibliographic management.

COVID-19 Closing FAQs

Resources and Information on COVID-19

Click here for our authoritative guide with resources and information on the COVID-19 pandemic and visit this page for information about the libraries' remote learning services offered.

Library Buildings Closing/Opening

All Adelphi University Libraries are currently closed. Patrons should check our web page for possible re-opening announcements, but may also contact Public Safety for the status of campus buildings.

Physical Items, Due Dates, Overdue Fines, and Returns

For any books and media you have checked out, the Libraries is extending due dates and waiving any fines and fees.  We will accept items when the Libraries re-open.

Research Assistance

Faculty librarians are available for research assistance, consultations, and help in acquiring resources for courses.  A list of subject librarians is available at https://libguides.adelphi.edu/prf.php

Interlibrary Borrowing and ConnectNY

The Libraries will continue to borrow items electronically through Interlibrary Borrowing.  For any physical books, please consult with your subject librarian to see if we can acquire an ebook. 

Click for more... ConnectNY borrowing and lending has been suspended system-wide, but we will continue to make every effort to connect faculty and students with the resources they need.

Ebook and Eresource Requests

If you are interested in ebooks and eresources, please contact your subject librarian directly.

Streaming Media

Information about streaming media, and requests to purchase new titles, including those in Kanopy, is available at https://libguides.adelphi.edu/Streaming_Media

Citing the sources you have used when presenting your work is very important. Among the reasons we cite our work is to avoid plagiarism. Plagiarism, willfully misrepresenting yourself by suggesting that certain words or ideas are your own when they are not, is a serious problem. Avoiding plagiarism can be accomplished by citing your sources properly. The resources in this guide will help you gain an understanding of why and when to cite. Links to citation style guides are provided as well. Your professor will tell you which style they expect the citations to be in. 

For more information on plagiarism and academic honesty please see Prof. Madray's LibGuide: Preventing Plagiarism: Academic Honesty.

Citing -- Why & When?

  • To avoid plagiarism by giving credit to original authors
  • Help readers refer back to where the ideas came from
  • To show how much research you did
  • To show you used reputable sources

 

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