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. ...
Practice time!stock.xchng
Rose Petraliapetraliar@fit.eduQuestions?All images courtesy of rose petralia , stock.xchng, and Flickr Commons
Easy Instruction: Formatting Citations
Easy Instruction: Formatting Citations
Easy Instruction: Formatting Citations
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  1. 1. Evans Library and Learning CommonsEASYINSTRUCTION!FORMATTINGCITATIONS
  2. 2. Formatting citations shouldn’t make you cry.stock.xchng
  3. 3. You just need to know where to start.stock.xchng
  4. 4. And then remember three steps…stock.xchng
  5. 5. stock.xchngKNOW the requirements.
  6. 6. Your instructor tells you which citation style to use.Flickr Commons / U.S. National Archives
  7. 7. A style manual gives you the details.rose petralia
  8. 8. Periodicals publish style guidelines on their websites.
  9. 9. stock.xchngUse the TOOLS.
  10. 10. Many resources format citations for you.stock.xchng
  11. 11. Export citations from the library catalog.
  12. 12. Export citations from Summon.
  13. 13. Export citations from databases.
  14. 14. Export citations from Google Scholar.
  15. 15. Import citations to RefWorks, then create a bibliography.
  16. 16. stock.xchngCHECK the work.
  17. 17. Use the style guide.stock.xchng
  18. 18. Look up the right section in the table of contents.rose petralia
  19. 19. Or in the publication guidelines.
  20. 20. Once you know what’s expected, just follow directions.stock.xchng
  21. 21. READ the instructions, and look at examples.
  22. 22. 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:
  23. 23. Practice time!stock.xchng
  24. 24. Rose Petraliapetraliar@fit.eduQuestions?All images courtesy of rose petralia , stock.xchng, and Flickr Commons

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