Definition of Plagiarism--
"Stealing and/or using the ideas or writings of another in a paper or report and claiming them as your own. This includes but is not limited to the use, by paraphrase or direct quotation, of the work of another person without full and clear acknowledgement." - CSU Code of Student Conduct
Be sure to always cite your sources for any ideas used in your paper that are not common knowledge. Also put quotation marks around direct quotes. For additional writing and citing help, check out the citation style guides on this page or make an appointment with the Writing Center at 216-687-6981.
You may set up a free account for EndNote Basic from within the Web of Science database, to create your bibliography. Just click on the EndNote link at the top of the page and follow the instructions.
Once you have an account, you can add a "Cite While You Write" plugin which will add a tab within Word and allow you to create in-text citations:
You can also download a "Capture Reference" gadget to your toolbar to easily import citations from a web page.
If you have questions or would like help in setting up EndNote Basic, please contact Theresa. Also, below is an online tutorial for EndNote Basic: