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 Guide for documenting sources according to APA, MLA, Chicago and CSE style. Includes sample pages from each. [more info]
Style Manuals & Citation Management Tools
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This document contains information for creating citations in American Medical Association (AMA) style. [more info]
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Created by JMU Libraries, this document contains examples for the most frequently cited material in APA (American Psychological Association) format; includes examples of citing Internet resources. (MS Word document)
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Get help citing sources, determining proper grammar and usage, creating style sheets, and more. [more info]
Campus/Remote, PN160 .C37 2010
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Writing style guide for help in citing news and business resources from LexisNexis Academic in MLA, APA and Turabian style. [more info]
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Guide for finding a specific law, legal decision, or law review article when you have the citation in hand. You can retrieve it immediately on the appropriate legal search form(s) or the Power Search form. [more info]
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RefWorks is a Web-based bibliography and database manager that allows you to create your own personal database of bibliographic records.  For more info, view RefWorks in 5 Minutes, a short online video tutorial. [more info]
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Created by the American Psychological Association, this site provides tutorials for the APA style as well as a detailed FAQ section to take you straight to the citation answers you need... [more info]
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Council for Science Editors' (formerly Council for Biology Editors) Citation Guide website created by Ohio State University. [more info]
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Excerpt from website: Kate L. Turabian’s Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations presents two basic documentation systems, notes-bibliography style (or simply bibliography style) and parenthetical citations–reference list style (or reference list style). These styles are essentially the same as those presented in The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition, with slight modifications for the needs of student writers... [more info]
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