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Research 101 : Citations

Formatting Citations

If you are having trouble formatting your references here are several resources that can help you:    

Our online catalog can provide you with books on the most recent citation methods by merely searching for your citation type.
*Example typing APA into the search bar returns the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association: the official guide to APA style book.

Most databases will provide a toolbar with a citation button when you click on the full text. It is always best to double-check the citation just in case there are errors.  

Purdue OWL: is the most popular and widely accepted resource to help you cite your information. This provides citation information on all the methods and types of citations.