About this Guide
Need to footnote or cite a paper? This guide can help you.
Find your subject area on the right, or your preferred style, and link to useful resources. Be aware of whatever citing conventions a given footnoting or citation style may have for electronic resources or material retrieved online.
**If you're not sure what footnoting style to use, check with your professor.**
If you are submitting an article for publication, consult the manuscript submission guidelines usually found within the editorial pages of the journal to which you wish to submit.
Consider using RefWorks, a tool that helps you create online folders of your favorite citations (complete with SFX links), as well as automatically format your paper in an appropriate style. See the RefWorks tab.
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Academic Integrity at Lehigh
From the Dean of Students:
The Lehigh community considers the promotion of academic integrity a fundamental responsibility. Statements issued by Undergraduate and Graduate Student Senates articulate the understanding of the importance of this responsibility by the student community. Faculty understand that academic integrity is foundational to the methods and processes used to educate students.