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    • Evans Library and Learning CommonsEASYINSTRUCTION!FORMATTINGCITATIONS
    • Formatting citations shouldn’t make you cry.stock.xchng
    • You just need to know where to start.stock.xchng
    • And then remember three steps…stock.xchng
    • stock.xchngKNOW the requirements.
    • Your instructor tells you which citation style to use.Flickr Commons / U.S. National Archives
    • A style manual gives you the details.rose petralia
    • Periodicals publish style guidelines on their websites.
    • stock.xchngUse the TOOLS.
    • Many resources format citations for you.stock.xchng
    • Export citations from the library catalog.
    • Export citations from Summon.
    • Export citations from databases.
    • Export citations from Google Scholar.
    • Import citations to RefWorks, then create a bibliography.
    • stock.xchngCHECK the work.
    • Use the style guide.stock.xchng
    • Look up the right section in the table of contents.rose petralia
    • Or in the publication guidelines.
    • Once you know what’s expected, just follow directions.stock.xchng
    • READ the instructions, and look at examples.
    • The Chicago manual of style. (c2010). (16th ed. ed.). Chicago:University of Chicago Press.Coghill, A. M., & Garson, L. R. (2006). The ACS style guide : Effectivecommunication of scientific information. (3rd ed. / ed.).Washington, DC: American Chemical Society ;.Concise rules of APA style. (c2010). (6th ed. ed.). Washington, DC:American Psychological Association.Gibaldi, J.,. (2009). MLA handbook for writers of researchpapers. (7th ed. ed.). New York: Modern Language Association ofAmerica.Publication manual of the American PsychologicalAssociation. (c2010). (6th ed. 2nd printing [corr. rev. ed.] ed.).Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.Some style guides in the library catalog:
    • Practice time!stock.xchng
    • Rose Petraliapetraliar@fit.eduQuestions?All images courtesy of rose petralia , stock.xchng, and Flickr Commons