Rochester Institute of Technology strives to create an environment where student, staff, and faculty hold themselves to high standards of academic integrity. The policies regarding student academic integrity are outlined very clearly on the University Policies' webpage. A violation of student academic integrity may fall into any of the three following areas:
For more information and to read the Student Academic Integrity Policy in full, please follow this link.
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There are several internet based tools that can help you create, store, and manage your citations. EndNote and Zotero are two online citation tools that are supported by the library staff here at RIT. Classes may be offered from time to time on the use of these two citation tools.
This is a quick citation generator tool for MLA citations only.
Instructions: Hover your mouse over the "Cite Your Sources" dropdown menu below, and then follow the prompts to create the proper type of citation.
Did you know that every college on campus has its own librarian? This means that you can get specialized help with your citations from someone who has an understanding of your field of study!
Click this link to find out which librarian you should talk to for guidance about citations in your area of research.