A brief introduction to citing and why we cite from North Carolina State University
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Here's a brief introduction to various citation styles from Kevin deLaplante of Critical Thinker Academy
Here are some links to major citation style manuals from our libraries:
A good information source on citing and general writing:
Here is a selection of online citation generation tools:
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Note: These are only generators. See Citation Management Tools below for ways to integrate citing with writing. As with all tools, you should double check citations for accuracy.
Here's a short video from Western University that sums it up.
Transcript is available by clicking on the video and selecting "... More"