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Library Orientation/N602 Epidemiology for Orange Campus

Citing your sources is an important part of researching with integrity. Here are some resources to help you manage and cite your references.

 

What is citation?

 

 

Purdue Online Writing Laboratory (OWL)

Online writing lab with formatting tips, citation examples and sample papers in APA, MLA, Chicago and AMA styles.

 

Gleeson Library Citing Sources

The Library’s Citing Sources page has easy to follow information on the APA, MLA and Chicago style formats.

 

USF Writing Center

At the Writing Center, faculty Writing Consultants will provide feedback on your papers for any class. You can schedule for distance conferences without flying to the San Francisco. Make an appointment on line or call the writing center at (415) 422-6713. The instructions can be found on the Writing Center homepage.

 

Formatting Templates for APA and MLA

Don't forget, always check the APA and MLA handbooks to verify the accuracy.

How to Format Paper in:
  • APA Style

 

  • MLA Style

 

Citation Manager - RefWorks

RefWorks allow you to create your own personal database of references which are correctly formatted in any citation style you choose. Simply insert citations into your research papers and automatically create the bibliography.