- Plagiarism & Citing Sources (Health Affairs)
Tutorial created by the Health Sciences Library's Education Services and User Services Staff.
- Plagiarism Tutorial (Multi-disciplinary)
The Plagiarism Tutorial is a series of Web-based, self-paced modules designed to help you learn about the broad issues surrounding plagiarism and how to best avoid this academic issue. A project of staff from Duke, NC Central, NC State and UNC.
- Citing Information Tutorial
The UNC Chapel Hill University Libraries' Citing Information Tutorial consists of a series of self-paced instructional modules designed to introduce you to citing information in a number of citation styles such as CSE/CBE, APA, and MLA.
- Copyright Basics
Created by the HSL's Education Services and User Services Staff.
- About the Writing Center
Information about Writing Center services for students, faculty, and staff in the professional schools.
- Writing Center Handouts
Covers each step of writing the paper, as well as style and word choice, and writing for a specific field or assignment.
- English as a Second Lanuage Services
Writing groups, mini-courses, videos and workshops focused on the ESL needs of full-time UNC undergraduate students and graduate students,
- APA Style 6th Edition: Dig yourself out of the confusion
Tutorial created by the UNC Chapel Hill School of Nursing and the Health Sciences Library.
- APA Style 6th edition: OWL at Purdue
"These OWL resources will help you learn how to use the American Psychological Association (APA) citation and format style. This section contains resources on in-text citation and the References page, as well as APA sample papers, slide presentations, and the APA classroom poster."
- Basics of APA Style, 6th ed.
"This tutorial from APA is designed for those who have no previous knowledge of
APA Style. It shows users how to structure and format their work,
recommends ways to reduce bias in language, identifies how to avoid
charges of plagiarism, shows how to cite references in text, and
provides selected reference examples. "
- Chicago Style
"Chicago style refers to the citation format established by the University of Chicago Press. A slightly modified version of Chicago Style, intended for writers of research papers, is known as Turabian style after its creator, Kate Turabian."
- ICMJE Sample References
Sample references for the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals.