This guide offers resources to help you document the sources you're citing in your research papers and projects. The following website is an excellent starting point:
Citation Resources (Purdue OWL)
Walk through this tutorial to get a better understanding of what actions are considered plagiarism, and learn practical tips for how to avoid committing plagiarism.
This software program allows you to import citations from our research databases and then easily create in-text citations and bibliographies in your research papers, in the style of your choosing (MLA, APA, Turabian, etc.).
To obtain a copy of EndNote on CD (for either PC or Mac), contact the IT Help Desk located in Geisel Library.
For help with EndNote features, see our User's Guides for EndNote (desktop version) and EndNote Online.
Used by: Criminal Justice, Nursing, Psychology
Publication Manual of the APA
Ready Ref BF76.7 .P83
APA Style (Cornell)
Writer's Handbook (U-Wisconsin)
Chicago/Turabian (Access Online!)
Used by: Chemistry
ACS Style Guide
Ready Ref QD8.5 .A25
ACS Quick Guide (UC-Berkeley)
ACS Style Guide (Williams)
Used by: Sociology
ASA Style Guide
Ready Ref HM569 .A54 2014
ASA Format (Cal State Univ - L.A.)
Style Guide (William Patterson Univ.)
Used by: Biology
Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual
Ready Ref T11 .S386
CSE Style Examples (Ohio St)
CSE Citation Style (U-Wisconsin)
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Many research databases offer "cite this item" features, which generate citations in the most popular styles (MLA, APA, etc.) for any source that you find. You can then copy-paste these directly into your papers.
WARNING: Be sure to double-check these citations against the rules for proper style, since they are NOT always accurate.