A citation is a brief description of one specific information source, appearing in a bibliography, list of references, or a database.
Any words, ideas or images that you do not create yourself must be given credit.
Citing your sources lets your audience know the origins of your information.
Google Scholar is a great resource for finding scholarly sources online. It allows you to link into NSU Library subscription database content so you can search for and access content without having to go directly to the library's website. There are 2 ways to do this:
1) Use the Google Scholar link on the NSU Library's homepage, which will authenticate you as being affiliated with NSU Library.
2) Set up your Google Scholar Setting to include NSU Library "Find It @ NSU" links
Follow these steps to add NSU to your Google Scholar preferences: