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Turabian Citation Style Guide 9th Edition: Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorials

About CitationTutorials


To the right is a set of instructional videos regarding how to avoid plagiarism by using sources properly in a research paper--including how to introduce, quote, and paraphrase sources. If you click the Play button, all of the videos will play in order.


If you want to skip to a specific video, click on the white symbol in the top right that looks like four stacked lines indicating a playlist. Then you can scroll through all of the videos and click on the desired video clip.


If you would like to see a video of how to format a Turabian style research paper in Microsoft Word, visit this guide's home page and play the video at the top.

Citation Tutorials - Using Sources Correctly

What is Plagiarism?

Plagiarism occurs when someone uses the work of another without properly giving credit to the person or group who created the original material.  Plagiarism is a serious issue in an academic institution. Always acknowledge your sources by citing them in proper format. This guide provides helpful examples for citing sources in the Turabian style, used in courses at Luther Rice.

Learn more about how to avoid plagiarism.