This guide will help you will find resources on citation styles, how to do them, and how to incorporate them into your paper.
Find on this page:
Don’t forget to check out the related guides for similar topics and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Thanks, and enjoy!
Do you need more help with citation, reference Lists, and formatting your paper? The Library and the Academic Success Centre's Writing Helpdesk is here to help.
Click the Ask Us button at the bottom to reach the reference desk.
Check out these related guides.
RefWorks online software simplifies the process of research, collaboration, data organization, and writing by providing an easy-to-use tool for citation, bibliography, and reference management. Learn how to build a collection of references (and accompanying PDFs), share of folders, and integrate with Word and Google Docs (Write-N-Cite).
Citation machines are websites that allow you to fill in the information of the source you are citing from and create the citation for you. When using these resources, make sure to always double check the final citation and ensure all proper styles are followed. Inaccuracies have been known to occur, but they are a great way to get started.
Do you have a title to recommend for our collection? Use the Suggest a Purchase form to suggest a book, video or journal.
Do you have suggestions or feedback that can help improve this guide? Please contact this guide's author on the "Getting Started" page.