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)
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.
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)
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.