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WAK POL285: Politics of World Inequality and Development: Citing Sources

Cite Your Sources Correctly - Quoting and attributing

Every bit of information you take from an outside source, whether that be a direct quote or something you paraphrase/summarize, must be attributed in your paper. Doing so means including in-text citations in your paper as well as an entry in your works cited page. The sources below will help you with those attributions.

UW-Waukesha Writing Center

What is The Writing Center?

The Writing Center @ UW-Waukesha provides a variety of resources to encourage all student writers on campus to grow. Our goal is not simply to create a better paper but to create better writers. We can help with brainstorming, developing ideas, rough drafts, thesis statements, MLA and APA citation, transitions, arguments and persuasion, introductions and conclusions, and paragraph organization, just to name a few. We work with writers of all writing levels (beginner to advance), as well as students in all subjects.


UW-Colleges Online Writing Lab

On Reserve

Purdue University Online Writing Lab


Use NoodleTools to organize your ideas and cite your sources.  You must create your account using a campus computer.  You will then be able to use your account from anywhere.