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Undergraduate Research Workshop Series at Berks

Workshop series to prepare for the HECBC Undergraduate Research & Creativity Conference (or any other conference)

Overview

Whenever you use sources such as books, journals, or websites in your research you must give credit to the original author by properly citing the sources. Citations also help your reader find the sources again. There are a number of different citation styles, depending on the discipline in which you are working. The following links provide guidelines to using a variety of citation styles.

Quick Style Guides

Use these quick guides for examples of how to cite common types of sources in APA, MLA, CSE, and Chicago styles.

Other Citation Style Guides

This is a limited list of other style guides

General Guides

Guides for Specific Subjects