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ENGL 4074/5074: Children's Literature and Human Rights

Course guide for Sarah Minslow's ENGL 4074/5074 course.

MLA Resources

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) - This tool provides examples for how MLA should look and gives examples of in-text and Works Cited citations.

The MLA Style Center - The official website for MLA style.

Citation Management Tools

  • Endnote is a bibliographic citation management software. UNC Charlotte has licenses for EndNote available for all students. Don't know how to use it? Take Endnote 101 at the library for free!
  • Zotero is a free open-source citation management tool that lets you save articles, websites, and other materials. There are useful tutorials for getting started and maximizing this resource. Zotero needs to be installed on your computer.

For more help, check out the UNC Charlotte citation guide.

VIDEO: Citation: A (Very) Brief Introduction

Video produced by NSCU Librarians: https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/tutorials/citation

UNC Charlotte Writing Center

The Writing Resources Center (WRC) is a free tutoring service available to all students and can help you at any stage of your writing process—from invention to final polishing—for any academic, professional, or personal writing.

Schedule an appointment

Hours and Contact Information

Writing Handouts

UNC Charlotte Writing Center Tips and Tools

UW-Madison Writer's Handbook

Avoiding Plagiarism

UNC Charlotte students should understand and abide by the University’s policy on academic integrity.

What is Plagiarism?

  • "In an instructional setting, plagiarism occurs when a writer deliberately uses someone else’s language, ideas, or other original (not common-knowledge) material without acknowledging its source."
  • "This definition applies to texts published in print or online, to manuscripts, and to the work of other student writers."
  • "A student who attempts (even if clumsily) to identify and credit his or her source, but who misuses a specific citation format or incorrectly uses quotation marks or other forms of identifying material taken from other sources, has not plagiarized. Instead, such a student should be considered to have failed to cite and document sources appropriately."

From the Council of Writing Program Administrators’: Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices.