Underlying all our actions is a respect for others and their work and creations. Please see the School's policy in each division's handbook. Below are some other resources to help you do the right thing.
- SSFS quick guides to MLA formatting for Works Cited and Annotating Works Cited.
- Noodletools is an online note taking tool, an information organizer that helps you avoid plagiarism and a guide to help you correctly format your bibliography or works cited page. Create your account from this link and then use it from anywhere. Need some help learning how to use Noodletools? Click here for some great online tutorials (flash required).
- Guides to MLA 8th edition, MLA 7th edition, APA and Chicago styles. MLA is the most commonly used format at SSFS.
- Questions about copyright and fair use? Follow these links: Copyright - http://www.copyright.gov/, Fair Use - http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html