Properly citing one's sources is an integral part of scholarly communication, whether writing for a course assignment or for publication. This guide will provide some resources for ensuring you cite correctly and efficiently, thereby avoiding accidental plagiarism.
AMA is the recommended citation style for use throughout your program. The recommended citation management tool is EndNote.
For more information on citation management, see the Library guide, Citations & Bibliographies.
AMA (American Medical Association) is the citation style used throughout your program.
You can refer the AMA Manual of Style for detailed guidance and examples of how to format your citations correctly.
Have questions? You can also check with your instructor to make sure you haven't plagiarized unintentionally or violated NU academic integrity policies.
A citation manager is a piece of software that helps you collect and organize your research and create bibliographies and in-text citations. Citation managers generally offer a range of citation styles and features to choose from.
While citation managers generally have the same basic functions, each one offers some specific features.
Our citation manager comparison chart (below) can help you identify the features that will work best for you. See also our tutorial on choosing a citation manager.
The checklist below can help explain academic integrity
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The Bainbridge College video
Check the Academic Video Online (AVON) collection for videos about avoiding plagiarism. The search in the upper right hand corner of the image below, shows 97 videos available for viewing.
You will be asked to log in with your MyNortheastern user name and password to access the video collection.
There are many "student success" videos in AVON.