When presenting information in any format, it's important to provide a list of citations in some sort of style in order to avoid plagiarism. This style may be MLA, APA, Chicago style, or other citation style format. Ultimately, no matter what style you use, you need to be able to create citations that allow others to find the information you used. Citations, no matter the style, contain valuable information like the name of the publication (a book, article or even internet pages), page numbers, the author, and more that provide your reader or audience with a path back to the original information source you used.
Writing: If you'd like more help with putting the information you found in your searches and your ideas together for your speech, you can schedule an appointment to visit The Writing Center on the 2nd floor of the undergraduate library (also called the UGL) to meet with a tutor, either in-person or online.
Citing: Visit our library Guide to Citation Styles or use our 24x7 librarian chat to speak to someone to help with formatting your citation properly.
Powerpoint: Need help with PowerPoint? Visit our library PowerPoint Guide.