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East Asian Studies: Citing & Writing

East Asian Studies is an interdisciplinary program committed to offering its students engaging, interactive, and challenging courses that develop an understanding of East Asian cultures and proficiency in East Asian languages

About This Page

This page provides links to resources on citing your sources and improving your writing skills.

Why Cite?

It is extremely important to cite ALL references to uphold academic integrity and avoid plagiarism. The University of Waterloo has provided the following resources for your information: 

Citation Styles

There are a variety of citation styles available and you should check with your professor as to which one to use.

Saving Your References

Create your own personal database by importing references from online research databases, text files, and a variety of other sources. You can use these references in writing papers and automatically format the paper and the bibliography in seconds.

Writing Help

Research Guides on the uWaterloo Library Site