Citation Awards Introductions:
Citation award is a prestigious award given to the researcher who has published best paper and high Metric articles in the journal/Conference. The award is given to the researcher fully merit based and who has submitted high profile nomination. The criteria for being given the best paper award are that the paper must be original, well-written, and contribute to the field of Science, Health, Engineering and Technology. The paper must also be published in a peer-reviewed journal/Conference.
What Is Citation?
A “citation” is the way you tell your readers that certain material in your work came
from another source. It also gives your readers the information necessary to find the
location details of that source on the reference or Works Cited page.
A citation must include a set of parentheses. Without a set of parenthesis, one does not
have a proper in-text citation and can risk being charged with plagiarism.
Here is what an in-text citation looks like below in red font:
Due to needed upgrades to the Indianapolis Zoo exhibits, their only polar bear
will relocate to Detroit (Ryckahert & Lange, 2016).
Why should you cite sources?
To give credit to the source authors
To help your audience/reader find out more about your research/ arguments/ ideas/ topic
To strengthen your work be providing outside support to your ideas
To keep you from failing a paper, a course or being sued in the real world
Doesn’t citing sources make my work seem less original?
No. Citing sources actually helps your reader distinguish your ideas from those of your
sources. This will actually emphasize the originality of your own work.
Doesn’t having too many citations make my paper look weird?
No, it does not make your paper look weird. It makes your paper accurate. You must cite anything quoted OR paraphrased. It is okay to have a lot of citations
When do I need to cite?
When you use words, thoughts, ideas, etc. of someone else
When you direct quote
When you paraphrase
When you use or reference an idea or thought that has already been expressed
When you make any reference to another source
When another’s ideas, words or thoughts have influenced your writing and
When in doubt, cite! It is better to cite too much than not enough or not at all. The only
thing you do not need to cite is your opinion; however, be sure that it is, indeed, truly
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