The UBC Okanagan Library offers a number of guides and tools that will support your research, provide access to UBC digital support resources, and offer step-by-step assistance in navigating citations, research, and writing.

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Citations

Whenever you use the words or ideas of someone else in your paper or presentation, you must cite your source. Failure to do so may be considered to be plagiarism. The most common citation styles are APA, MLA, and Chicago, but there are many others. Different disciplines use different citation styles, so please confirm with your instructor which style you should use.

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Copyright

UBC’s copyright requirements and guidelines are meant to support faculty, staff and students in the preparation of their course materials, assignments, presentations and publications.
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Research Guides

The UBC Library offers a comprehensive research guide directory which you can search by subject or by course.
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Not sure where to start? Find your subject librarian and get help with citations, copyright, and research questions.

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