Citations and References

There is nothing worse in the writing world than plagiarism. It is crucial that every piece of information that is not considered “common knowledge” is properly cited so the author, researcher or discoverer receives due credit. Sometimes, an author who is extremely familiar with the topic of research will need help identifying facts that require citations from facts that are commonly known.

Even when you are sure about the facts, you must also be sure that you’re citing them correctly. Did you include all of the necessary information? Did you follow the proper format? Is your method consistent? With so many specifics to remember, why not focus on your work and let an expert take care of the details?

Contact Unscripted for assistance with the specifics.