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How Do I Cite That?  

Learn how to cite your sources!
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Citation Styles


Getting Quick Citations from Article Databases

Many of our article databases, like Academic Search Premier, ERIC, or SPORTDiscus, now feature a quick way to generate a citation in most preferred formats (APA, MLA, etc.).

Look for the button below on the right side of an article record page:

Remember, it's your responsibility to check the accuracy of your citations!

Citations: General Guides

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The following links are general guides for properly formatting your citations. Use the tabs above for guides to specific styles!

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) Research and Citation Resources
Guides to APA, MLA, and Chicago styles from one of the most exhaustive scholarly writing resources in the Web.

Citation Style Guides
Thorough guide to MLA, APA and Chicago styles. From Seattle Central Community College.

Citing Sources
Examples illustrate how to cite sources within your paper and assemble a list of works cited, in four different styles (APA, Chicago, MLA, Turabian). From Duke University.

Online! Citation Styles

Sources: Their Use and Acknowledgement
Gives examples of citations across various formats. From Dartmouth College.

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