Using the work of another scholar without proper citation, whether that work is available in print or online, is plagiarism, a violation of the Emory Honor Code. It is extremely easy for professors to discover work plagiarized from web sources -- they know how to use Google at least as well as you do, and there are many online tools available specifically to help educators detect plagiarized work.
Why cite your sources?
What should be cited? To find more information check the Citing Your Sources libguide.
How to Cite: You will be expected to do citations (footnotes & bibliographies) using Turabian/Chicago style. A link fo the Purdue OWL site for this style is here Chicago Manual of Style Citation.
TIP: It is often helpful to use an electronic citation manager to organize all your references and help you produce bibliographies in various citation formats. SEE below for information on various online options.