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Z G07: I&S Hungry for Change: NoodleTools

The first step to change is changing someone's mind.

Why Cite?

Not properly citing/documenting your sources is a form of plagiarism. It is important to cite so that the original author is credited.  Citing is simply giving credit where credit is due.

You can easily learn how to create citations for the 6 most common research sources by following the self-paced "NoodleTools" blackbelt.  Just click on the image and get started.