This article is the third and final installment of our series about lab reports and scientific papers. Lab report citation style is the topic up for discussion in this part of our series.
Are you confused by MLA citations? This article discusses everything you should know about MLA and offers helpful examples.
Your instructor has asked you to format your term paper using Modern Language Association (MLA) style. You feel confident enough to gather your thoughts in order to produce the paper, but you have never heard of MLA style—do you panic or do you research MLA style and MLA formatting?
Plagiarism is the act of representing someone else's ideas as your own and is a serious offense. As discussed in this podcast, properly citing your sources is one way to avoid plagiarism.
We know that creating and organizing citations are a major part of academic writing, and we also know that they can sometimes be a hassle, to say the least. This article will not tell you how to use citation software; instead, it will provide a review of the three most popular free referencing tools available on the Internet to help you decide which one is right for you.
When writing an academic paper, simply keeping track of all your references can be a hassle—let alone making sure they're in the proper format. To streamline the process, Scribendi.com has identified five reference management software solutions that can work for you!
The Turabian style guide, called A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, is just as confusing as other more common style guides. But don't fret, in this article we explain how to use Turabian style properly.
You have probably seen them before, but what are footnotes? And how do you use footnotes in your own writing? This guide explains it all.
Plagiarism is one of the most serious offenses within the literary, academic, and professional world. The act of plagiarism violates both academic and professional integrity, and often comes with very serious consequences for any individual caught doing it.
A title should clearly convey the contents of a work. Instead of guessing what to capitalize in a title, ensure clarity by following these practical rules.