Citation Information

  • It is always important to give appropriate credit to the resources used and avoid plagiarism when doing research, writing a paper, or creating a project. It is best to document a resource as soon as notes are taken from a resource or know it will be used for an assignment.  There are a variety of ways to document resources, and your librarian can help you choose the way that works best for you.
    After collecting all of the resources needed for a project, a "Works Cited" page needs to be made and included with the submission. At Lansing Central Schools, we use MLA (Modern Language Association) rules for citing resources in our writing. 

    For the most accurate and up-to-date guidelines for MLA formatting, visit the Purdue Owl Writing Lab.