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Turnitin.com : For ND Faculty
Investigating Possible Plagiarism
In the Fall of 2002, the University joined Turnitin.com to provide assistance to faculty checking possible plagiarism from the internet. However, due to the very limited ways in which Turnitin had been used, the University decided to drop its institutional subscription and to provide individual licenses on an as-needed basis. Faculty members can get these individual subscriptions of Turnitin.com at the university’s expense.
Other highly effective alternative means of detecting plagiarism include Google (simply run a search on suspect passages) and WCopyfind, a freeware program available for download at the following site: http://plagiarism.phys.virginia.edu/Wsoftware.html
For assistance purchasing an individual license to Turnitin.com, please contact Sue Penrod, Officer Assistant in the Provost’s Office.
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Who is Citing Whom
Citing Theological Sources
Library guide to Citing Theological Sources [St. Thomas University]
Vatican II Documents
Papal Encyclical Letters
Citing the Summa Theologica / Thomas Aquinas
Citing Bible Reference Sources
How to Cite the Bible
Anniversary documents commenting on and celebrating previous encyclical letters
The Catechicsm and other first use models
Used for: Literature, Liberal Arts, Humanities
Library Copy: Hesburgh Library Reference Desk LB 2369 .G53 2009. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. Printed 7th ed., 2009. (other copies)
Used for: Sciences, Social Sciences.
Library copy: Hesburgh Library Reference Desk BF 76.7 .P83 2010 Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Printed 6th ed., 2010 (other copies)
Chicago Manual of Style
Used for: Arts, History, Literature, Sciences
Electronic Access: Chicago Manual of Style
Library copy: Hesburgh Library Reference Desk Z 253. U69 2010. Chicago Manual of Style. Printed 16th ed., 2010 (other copies)
Used for: Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences.
Library Copy: Hesburgh Library Reference Desk LB 2369 .T87 2013. Turabian, Kate. A manual for writers of research papers, theses, and dissertations : Chicago Style for students and researchers. 8th ed., 2013
ASA Style Guide
Used for: Sociology
Library Copy: Not available at this time.
- Quick Style Guide. American Sociological Association. 2007. American Sociological Association Style Guide. 3rd ed. Washington, DC
AAA: American Anthropological Association
As of September, 2015, the American Anthropological Association has discontinued using an independent style and now conforms to the Chicago Manual of Style.
ACS: American Chemical Society
Used for: Chemistry
Library Copy: Chem/Physics [231 Nieuwland] General Collection
QD 8.5 .A25 2006 The ACS Style Guide. Printed 3rd. ed., 2006 (other copies)
CSE: Council of Science Editors
Used for: Natural sciences, including Biology, Geology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics
Library copy: Hesburgh Library Reference Collection T 11 .S386 2006 Scientific style and format. Printed 7th ed., 2006