This guide is available both in the Reference Collection (in-library use only, found on the first floor) and the general collection, as well as in the Emergency Temporary Access Library.
Key to formatting a citation correctly or locating an item you see referenced in a bibliography is recognizing the type of material you are working with. Is it a journal article? A book? A chapter in a book?
The following links will help you understand the parts of a citation. Additionally, if you are reviewing a bibliography, knowing how to tell the type of source from its formatting will help you locate the item using the appropriate library resource.
Use these guides to help you format your citations and your papers appropriately:
A citation manager is a software that will assist you in creating and managing citations for the articles you use in your research. Some of the software will also store the articles you find.
You may want to consider using a citation manager as you conduct your research to save the resources you find and quickly access and cite them as you write your assignments.
View the various guides for each manager from the links below.