Monday, November 17, 2008

Help with Citing is available in Kimbel Library

Are you almost finished writing a research paper? Wondering how to cite all those great journal articles, magazines, newspapers, and websites that you found? Kimbel Library can help you out. The library has copies of the APA, MLA, CSE/CBE, ASA, and Chicago style manuals that you can use in the library if you don't have your own copy. The library's Citing Sources website recommends useful online resources to help you figure out your citations. Some popular websites include Research and Documentation Online, which has sample papers in many styles to help you with page layout questions like "Where do my page numbers go?", and the Citation Machine, which helps you construct your own citations by filling in blank templates. Still have questions? Stop by the library's Information Desk and ask for help (you can also call or "Ask A Librarian" online).

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