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Citing Sources & Copyright

Edmonds School District, uses the MLA 9 (Modern Language Association) format for citations.

MLA Reference Sheet (9th Edition)  (LIsts examples of just about every type of citation you'll ever need.)
The Owl at Purdue - Purdue Online Writing Lab's guide to every aspect of MLA 9.

MLA 9th Edition Style Guidelines Overview form the OWL at Purdue

Citation Generators

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Citation Machine (has ads)

Citethisforme (has ads)

EasyBib  (has ads)

NOODLE TOOLS - Citation Generator and Notecards - in ESD Bookmarks

NOODLE TOOLS - ESD Approved site (listed in ESD Bookmarks) - Student Presentation

Oregon School Library Information System (no ads)

How to Use the Citation Feature in Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides

Tips and Examples 

Endnotes and Footnotes Tips 

Parenthetical or In-Text vs. Footnotes and Endnotes 

Example of completed Works Cited page.

How to Cite Images 

Helpful Videos

MLA Citation Tutorials by the Suffolk Community College Technology Department

FOOTNOTES and ENDNOTES in Word by Titan Tech Training at California State University Fullerton

Copyright PowerPoint

Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers

On November 2, 2002, President Bush signed into law Senate Bill 487, also known as the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act of 2001, or TEACH Act. The following chart is an HTML version of a chart created by Hall Davidson to inform teachers of fair use of copyrighted materials, as provided in Chapter 1 of Title 17 of the United States Code.