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DOI Citation Formatter_A must visit tool

DOI Citation Formatter_A must visit tool | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

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Do you want to integrate this service? Check the Documentation

 

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Two ways to generate a list of tables in a Word document

Two ways to generate a list of tables in a Word document | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

Documenting tables and figures in a Word document is easy using Word's built-in referencing feature--and there's more than one way to get the job done.

 

The easy way
The easiest technique generates a list of built-in captions and sequential numbers. With a little work, you can add custom captions and remove the numbers.

 

The only thing you must do either way is give each table a title using the Caption property. Let's work through a simple document with a few tables....

 

 

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F1000Workspace_Beyond a reference manager

F1000Workspace_Beyond a reference manager | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

Collaborative authoring,reference manager, reference sharing, literature discovery and annotation powered by a faculty of over 8,000 leading experts in biology and medicine...

 

An easy and intuitive way to discover, read, annotate, write and share scientific research

 

Get more out of your day with our award winning tool 

 

Instantly save references from the web...

Highlight and add notes to PDFs and web pages...

Get the most relevant articles...

Access all you need to write your paper in a single location...

Access your references and PDFs from any device...

Discuss and share new research more efficiently...

 

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How to Cite a Fairy Tale (e.g., Rumpelstiltskin) in MLA Format+

How to Cite a Fairy Tale (e.g., Rumpelstiltskin) in MLA Format+ | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

Documenting research using the MLA style is an essential part of writing in the humanities.

 

Use the same standards of citation for fairy tales as for all sources, but pay careful attention to the details of your original source in order to fully document the tales.

 

Doing so gives your work greater credibility, as it highlights the authority of your research and helps your readers find the sources to pursue their own research along the lines you began.

 

Anthologies: Works Cited

You will locate many fairy tales in anthologies. In the seventh edition of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, the first element of the Works Cited listing is the author of the tale that you are citing, not the editor of the anthology in which the tale appears...

 

Websites: Works Cited

The Internet provides access to many fairy tales, both in collections and individually.

 

It is important to exercise some caution when evaluating the reliability of these sources, but citing them relies upon the same basic principles as citing any more conventional source...

 

 

No Author
If you are citing a fairy tale without a known author, follow the same guidelines for the specific type of source, but omit the author’s name.
 
Do not write “no author.” In this case, the first item in the Works Cited listing will be the title of the tale in quotation marks; proceed with the rest of the entry depending on its type.

 

In-Text Citation

Follow the same basic principles in providing parenthetical citation and in-line attribution for your tale, focusing on the author of the tale itself, not the editor of the anthology or creator of the website where you found it.

 

A good general rule is that the first element of your Works Cited listing is the same piece of information you give in your in-text citation...

 

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Cite it via Questia, Your Online Research Library

Cite it via Questia, Your Online Research Library | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

Questia is an online research library with access to books, journals, articles, and encyclopedias plus helpful citation tools. Faster, better research with Questia!    

 

 

Questia extensions and plugins

Check out the selection of extensions and plugins for your favorite internet browsers, and see how this can help you research anywhere on the web.

 

Paid subscribers to Questia can save research, take notes, create citations and bibliographic references from any online source into your Questia project folders.

 

You'll be able to keep all your research in one place while benefiting from the power of Questia's research tools.

 

Use the Manual Citation Tool within your projects folders or one of our browser extensions.

 

 

Create notes and bookmarks

Take notes on other sources, such as websites or online books and articles. Or bookmark a site into your project folder for later reference.

 

Cite pages and passages 

Cite an entire page of an online book, or a specific passage from an article, and save them in the style of your choice - MLA 8, MLA 7, APA, or Chicago, Notes/Bib.

 

Generate bibliographies

Automatically generate your bibliography using both research items from Questia's library, and now external sources too.

 

 

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VOSviewer >>> Visualizing scientific landscapes

VOSviewer >>> Visualizing scientific landscapes | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

VOSviewer is a software tool for constructing and visualizing bibliometric networks.

 

VOSviewer is a software tool for constructing and visualizing bibliometric networks.

 

These networks may for instance include journals, researchers, or individual publications, and they can be constructed based on co-citation, bibliographic coupling, or co-authorship relations.

 

VOSviewer also offers text mining functionality that can be used to construct and visualize co-occurrence networks of important terms extracted from a body of scientific literature.

 

VOSviewer version 1.6.5 was released on September 28, 2016. Some of the improvements introduced in this version are listed below:

  • Overlay visualizations. These popular visualizations have been made more prominently visible.

 

  • Maps based on bibliographic data. Functionality for creating maps based on bibliographic data has been improved. Items can be filtered based on citation counts, and various types of overlay visualizations are supported.

 

  • Command line parameters. Many new command line parameters have been added to support the fully automatic production of maps.

 

  • Improved user interface. By reorganizing some user interface elements, more space has been made available for showing the visualizations.

 

 

Interesting products 

Leiden University's Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) offers a range of VOSviewer-based products.

 

These products provide research institutions and research funders with a comprehensive view on their scientific activities, and they can serve as excellent tools to support strategic decision making.

 

Some examples of VOSviewer-based analyses offered by CWTS are listed below:

 

University profile maps

These maps visualize the research profile of a university by showing how the output and impact of a university are distributed over scientific fields. In this way, universities' strengths and weaknesses can be identified and comparisons between universities can be made.

 

Disciplinary profile maps

A disciplinary profile map offers a breakdown of the scientific literature in a selected field into smaller research areas. Disciplinary profile maps have proven highly effective for visualizing the activity and impact of research groups and research institutes in specific areas of interest.

 

Citation density maps

Citation density maps use text mining techniques to provide an intuitive, easy-to-understand overview of a selected set of scientific publications, such as the set of all publications in a particular journal or field during a given time period. Colors are used to indicate the citation impact of different areas of research. This for instance makes it possible to easily identify hot research topics in the scientific literature.

 

Collaboration maps

These maps display collaborative relationships between universities, research groups, or individual scientists. Collaboration maps may for instance be used to reveal the main actors in a scientific collaboration network, and to see how different actors group together in different areas within a network.

 

 

See also CitNetExplorer

 

 

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From Cuneiform Archives to Search Engines: The History of Bibliographical Control, Indexing and Searching

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The author traces the history of describing, indexing and searching information in libraries leading eventually, through many intermediate steps over the centuries, to the development of web search engines, which search the "virtual library without walls."

 

Because most of us use web search engines in our daily lives, the history of these topics may be of increasing interest. While my first two chapters emphasized book history, the later portions of this chapter will combine book history with more technical detail regarding computing. 

 

Like most other topics in the history of information, this is a long story. In its present form the chapter is mainly an outline. As time permits I will fill in more details and more interpretation.

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In July 2008, only eighteen years after Berners-Lee's invention of the World Wide Web, Google announced that it was indexing over one trillion (1,000,000,000,000) unique URLs.

 

We may presume that the second trillion will be reached exponentially faster than the first. Most remarkable may be that it appears to take the search engines about as long to search through a trillion URLs, once they have been indexed, as it did for the same search engines to search a mere hundred million URLs a few years back: hardly any time at all!

 

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GoBiblio: Free Bibliography and Citation Generator

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GoBiblio is a FREE citation and bibliography generator offering MLA, chicago, turabian, and APA formats...

 

 

The dream: a fast and straightforward way to put together a bibliography. Since the dawn of time, students have sought to avoid the tedious, frustrating, confusing, time-consuming chore of composing a bibliography....

 

It is claimed that GoBiblio heard the call....

 

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Idem vs ibidem... Once and for all

Idem vs ibidem... Once and for all | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it


The way Endnote handles the use of ibidem (and and maybe idem if you configure the repeated field with this word) is incorrect. 

 

Many Journals only uses the Latin word ibidem in order to shorten the citation when it repeats identical information.

 

The problem is that, in reality, ibidem means «at the same place», which includes also the same page.


Consequently,  ibidem (or ibid.) should only be used when the immediate precedent citation matches exactly the same information as well as the cited page (author, title, cited page).


In other words, inserting a cited page reference after ibidem is a mistake.

 

If the citation that follows refers to the same author and same title but somewhere else in the book or the article (i.e. not the same cited page), then ibidem is not the right word and «Idem» should be used instead. 


The distinction between ibidem and idem is related to the signification of the Latin word. We cannot change the meaning of a word simply because a bibliography program has never made or understood the difference.



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Citation Management—Wolfram Language Documentation

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With the Wolfram Language's citation management features, you can annotate and add references to research papers written using the Wolfram Language.


These features work in conjunction with the standard BibTeX format for reference data as well as with EndNote, a powerful system from Thomson Reuters that allows you to perform online research as well as automatically format citations for thousands of different journals.


EndNote, a powerful, industry-standard research tool, is one way the citation management features of the Wolfram Language can be used to allow you to research, cite, and annotate a notebook.


In order to manage citations in the Wolfram Language with EndNote, the EndNote software must be installed and running. EndNote is a research tool from Thomson Reuters.


EndNote Link for the Wolfram Language interfaces with EndNote and allows you to insert references from your EndNote database into a Wolfram Language notebook you are writing.



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RefME - Citations Made Easy✔

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RefME is the world's #1 tool for automating citations, reference lists and bibliographies, on mobile and web (RefME.com).



Generate citations by scanning book or journal barcodes using your phone’s camera.


 No Barcode? Search by Book/Article Title, ISBN, ISSN, DOI or URL.


 Citing a website? Simply paste in the URL or use RefME.com, which syncs with the app and is perfect for websites.


 7,000+ supported citation styles including APA, MLA, Chicago and AMA as well as most school/college-specific styles.


Add notes to your citations, both in the app and at RefME.com.


 Collaborate with others by inviting team members to access and edit any project.


✔ Export via Email or Evernote using the app.


 Send your work straight to MS Word, EndNote and more from RefME.com.



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Citations have always been difficult for me.  I often find myself googling how to cite properly.  This resource will be very helpful for work and personal use.

Bruce Joseph Pimentel's curator insight, October 23, 2015 11:17 AM

This could be a helpful tool for writers, but the devil is once again in the details!

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ResearchMaps ♒

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ResearchMaps is a UCLA based not-for-profit-academic resource developed and administered by members of the Silvalab including Pranay Doshi.



♒Simplify

Scientists are expected to keep track of an ever-increasing volume and complexity of experiments and findings.


ResearchMaps helps to integrate and summarize large amounts of causal information into a searchable graphic format!



♒Plan

The interactive features of ResearchMaps facilitates planning during writing of grants, research papers and reviews.


ResearchMaps is also useful as a collaborative tool and as a catalyst for the creative process in science. Log In Password?



♒Easy

It is easy to use ResearchMaps and our video tutorials provide step-by-step examples to get you started!


ResearchMaps is a UCLA-based service, free for all members of academic and not for profit institutions.



Note: 

Only published data in ResearchMaps is shared. Non-published data remains private and is only visible in the account that entered it.


If you are NOT a member of a not-for profit organization, and you would like to use ResearchMaps, please Contact Research Maps for a corporate account.



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In the last 20 years there has been a dramatic increase in the complexity of experiments and publications.... This problem is specially severe in fields where there are often attempt to integrate  experiments across different sub-disciplines and levels of complexity...

There is a great need to develop maps (simplified abstractions) of published information that could be used to decode complex research information and to guide research planning.


As a first step to tackle this problem, our laboratory developed a taxonomy for experiments and a set of algorithms to generate research maps of causal information. 

This taxonomy allows us to classify experiments in our field into a small set of distinct categories, a critical first step in the development of simplified abstractions of research findings.


The algorithms are essential for representing these experiments in causal networks (i.e., our maps).


Additionally, the free web application developed to help researchers keep track and interact with causal information in research papers.

http://www.silvalab.org/projects/maps.html



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USING SOURCES

 

The Hamilton College Honor Code states, “It is essential … that every student understand the standards of academic honesty and how to avoid dishonesty by proper acknowledgment of intellectual indebtedness” .

 

Drawing on the ideas of others as you develop your own is an essential and exciting component of intellectual work. Whenever you use other writers’ ideas, however, you must acknowledge your sources.

 

Doing so allows you to distinguish between your ideas and those of others; it directs your readers to relevant sources; and it allows you to give credit where credit is due.

 

This handout answers questions students often have concerning correct and effective use of sources.

 

 

Provide citations whenever you use

  • direct quotations.
 
  • paraphrases and summaries.
 
  • borrowed ideas.
 
  • facts that are not common knowledge. 
 

 

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What is IEEE style of referencing?

What is IEEE style of referencing? | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) referencing style is a commonly used format by writers and editors in technical fields.

 

The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers or the IEEE is a professional organization that supports branches of engineering, computer science, and information technology.

 

IEEE publishes many magazines, conference proceedings, and journals and also develops standards for different types of industries. The IEEE style is based on the Chicago Manual of Style and is a widely accepted format for writing research papers in technical fields, esp. computer science.

 

In addition to the in-text citations styles, the IEEE has also created an editorial style manual that provides general guidelines to be followed by authors and editors before submitting their work to IEEE publications which includes journals, transactions, letters, etc.

 

How to cite in IEEE style

To write in-text citations in IEEE style, the citations should be numbered and included in square brackets. They should be sequential and not superscripted.

 

Also, do not include any additional bibliographical information such as the author's name, page numbers, or the publication date in the in-text citation.

 

The bibliographical information should appear only in the list of references at the end of the document against the respective citation number. The reference list should be arranged in the numerical order and not alphabetically.

 

For citing, insert the citation number at the relevant location in the text before any punctuation. There should be a single space before the opening square bracket while writing the citation.

 

If a citation appears multiple times in the text, use the same citation number from the first instance. For citing multiple references in a text, each reference number should be enclosed within square brackets and separated by comma or a dash.

 

Different style formats are used depending on the types of reference sources. For example, the title of an article is to be enclosed in quotation marks whereas titles of books and journals should appear in italics. The author’s name should appear as first initial followed by last name.

 

If the reference is from a specific page then use a colon; no space between the year, colon and page number.

 

In case there are three or more authors use ‘et al’ at the end of the last name of the author.

 

Unless it is a quote, place the citation near the author’s name as much as possible, else place after the quotes. All citations in the text should have a corresponding full reference in the references section at the end of the document.

 

The references list should be arranged in the alphabetical order of author names.

 

In the References list, each reference entry should begin with the citation number in square brackets followed by a space and then the full bibliographical information for that citation.

 

The citations should be left-aligned in the page and follow hanging indentation.

 

 

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BibSonomy ⇛

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The blue social bookmark and publication sharing system

The easy way to manage scientific publications and bookmarks

 

BibSonomy helps you to manage your publications and bookmarks, to collaborate with your colleagues and to find new interesting material for your research.

 

 

                 Getting started with BibSonomy

User Interface - Overview 

Manage literature, publications and bookmarks 

Use the tag system  

Import Bookmarks from other services or tools  

Discovery Service 

The clipboard 

Attach a document to publications 

Group functions 

Discussion: Reviews and Comments 

URL-Resolver 

Integration with other Websites and Services 

Browser Add-ons & Bookmarklets

 

Bonuses

Subscribe to RSS feeds 

Change your Curriculum Vitae (CV) 

Addon for Google Docs 

 

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Plagiarism Checker ➻ Free Online Powerful tool to Stop Plagiarism ++ 

Plagiarism Checker ➻ Free Online Powerful tool to Stop Plagiarism ++  | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

Free plagiarism checker for avoiding plagiarism, best anti plagiarism detection tool for detecting plagiarism online.

 

The DupliChecker.com team comprises of experts in different fields, all with the same primary focus: helping our clients generate greater business by use of online services.

 

We offer a great number of differing SEO services, with the most popular ones being:

  • High-quality website content
  • Proofreading
  • Editing of online content
  • SEO Optimization and website ranking

 

"Since 2006, we have delivered over 1 000 000 pages of high-quality content which attracts large amounts of traffic to our client’s websites.

 

DupliChecker.com is yet another feather in our cap, and one of our proudest and most successful productions.

 

The free online plagiarism checking software is a great benefit to people of any occupation. It was designed by a professionally proficient team of developers to guarantee 100% accuracy of results.

 

Data sources are utilized to dissect each individual sentence, ensuring precise results with no data overlooked. Statistical results are provided for each text scanned, providing the user with a comprehensive analysis of his or her text."

 

Free Plagiarism Checker for Students

Since DupliChecker.com is the best way to avoid plagiarism, it is a resource trusted by students all over the world.

 

You may plagiarize without even knowing it! It is common to read something and to forget where you saw the information.

 

Failure to credit sources in your work can have serious consequences, and they are not worth the risk.

 

DupliChecker.com provides ultimate peace of mind, as it may even pick up references that you were not aware of yourself. So how can students avoid plagiarism?

Use DupliChecker.com, of course!

 

A good plagiarism checker such as DupliChecker.com can remove even the slightest hints of possible plagiarism.

 

In light of this, it is an invaluable resource for your varying needs.

 

 

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Citable ✌

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When you’re doing research online, you don’t have to manually collect and save information.

 

Try Citable, a helpful Chrome extension that simplifies how you gather research...

 

Citable automatically collects everything you highlight and saves it into a Google Sheets spreadsheet, along with any additional reference info (like author, URL, and article title) you’d need for a web citation.

 

Not only is it helpful for saving bookmarks, but you can also export the information to create a bibliography.

 

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CitNetExplorer .... Analyzing citation patterns in scientific literature

CitNetExplorer .... Analyzing citation patterns in scientific literature | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

CitNetExplorer is a software tool for visualizing and analyzing publication citation networks.

 

The tool allows citation networks to be imported directly from the Web of Science database.

 

Citation networks can be explored interactively, for instance by drilling down into a network and by identifying clusters of closely related publications.

 

Why use CitNetExplorer?

Examples of applications of CitNetExplorer include:

  • Analyzing the development of a research field over time. CitNetExplorer visualizes the most important publications in a field and shows the citation relations between these publications to indicate how publications build on each other.

 

  • Identifying the literature on a research topic. CitNetExplorer delineates the literature on a research topic by identifying publications that are closely connected to each other in terms of citation relations.

 

  • Exploring the publication oeuvre of a researcher. CitNetExplorer visualizes the citation network of the publications of a researcher and shows how the work of a researcher has influenced the publications of other researchers.

 

  • Supporting literature reviewing. 

            CitNetExplorer facilitates systematic literature reviewing by             identifying publications cited by or citing to one or more                   selected publications.

 

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Primordial Concepts, Citation Indexing,
and Historio-Bibliography

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The Sctince Citation Indexes and the Unified Index to Science can be described as preliminary steps toward achieving the dream of universal bibliographical control which H. G. Wells symbolized in the World Brain.

 

To some, the Wellsian term ‘World Brain” might seem less appropriate than “Memex,” the term chosen by Vannevar Bush to symbolize the ideal information retrieval device. However, there is a world of difference between Menwx and a World Brain-essentially the difference between hardware and software between a communication carrier and the intellectual-message-carrier problem, The World Brain symbolizes the information stored–Memex, the storage device.

 

In designing any bibliographic system, it is imperative to make these distinctions.

 

It distresses me when this dichotomy is glossed over in vague generalizations about the so-called Information Explosion...

 

 

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Hyperlink Citation and the future of academic writing

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It’s 10 p.m. and the assignment is due at midnight. Fear begins to nibble at you.

 

At this point, your bibliographical information is nothing more than a dizzying assortment of tabs stuffed across the top of your Web browser and some books surrounded by bags of junk food and empty soda cans.

 

The next two hours will be spent furiously, exhaustedly, and fruitlessly formatting source citations, plugging URLs into sites like EasyBib and Citation Machine, desperately hoping that the professor won’t notice that the dates are wrong and the names aren’t spelled right.

 

But it doesn’t have to be this way... 

 

Hyperlink citation (or hypercitation) is an unassuming concept: attributing credit to an original work by formatting hyperlinks directly into the text of an academic paper or assignment. No footnotes, no parentheses, no dates, and no page numbers. While they have made new categories for electronic resources, other citation conventions fail to reflect the vast digitization of information over the past several decades...

 

For print publications that aren’t online, the solution is elegant, permanent, and simple: a hyperlink to the original text’s International Standard Book Number (ISBN) on the Library of Congress Online Catalog e’s an example...

 

 

Should Hyperlinks Be Used in APA Style? 

 

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MLA Style 

 

 

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EndNote     This one

 

 

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OK!  The MS Word Way ⇚

 

 

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You don't need to cite that the sky is blue*

You don't need to cite that the sky is blue* | Yeaaah! Citation Generators and much more :DD | Scoop.it

 

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The only source material that you can use in an essay without attribution is material that is considered common knowledge and is therefore not attributable to one source.

 

Common knowledge is information generally known to an educated reader, such as widely known facts and dates, and, more rarely, ideas or language.

 

Facts, ideas, and language that are distinct and unique products of a particular individual's work do not count as common knowledge and must always be cited.

 

Figuring out whether something is common knowledge can be tricky, and it's always better to cite a source if you're not sure whether the information or idea is common knowledge.

 

If you err on the side of caution, the worst outcome would be that an instructor would tell you that you didn't need to cite; if you don't cite, you could end up with a larger problem.

 

If you have encountered the information in multiple sources but still think you should cite it, cite the source you used that you think is most reliable, or the one that has shaped your thinking the most.

 

 

Categories of Common Knowledge

⇉  Widely known facts...

 

Ideas or interpretations are usually not considered common knowledge, unless they are very widely held...

 

Verbatim language drawn from a source is rarely common knowledge, unless the formulation is widely known...

 

 

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