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NEED HELP CITING SOURCES IN YOUR RESEARCH?
This guide provides quick access to examples and guidelines for some of the more frequently used citation styles.
Select our Citation guide for assistance with APA, MLA, Chicago, or CSE style.
Always check first with your professor or editor to see if a particular style is required.
For information about other discipline-specific style guides, see also the Additional Styles section of the above Citation guide.
RefWorks and Write-N-Cite support a large number of citation styles beyond APA, Chicago, CSE, and MLA including styles specific to a variety of journals and organizations.
For more information about using citation styles correctly, check out the style guides available online and in print from from the Library.
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