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HSLIC Has Resources for Citing & Organizing Your Resources

by Kelleen Maluski on 2020-10-14T08:00:00-06:00 | Comments

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It’s the time of the semester to be working on those research papers and projects, and now is a great time to be thinking about citing and citation management. Are you finding yourself wanting assistance with different or new citation styles? Do you need a way to organize citations more efficiently? Do you want to make sure you are properly citing and crediting the ideas of others? Learn about it all and more with our Citing & Citation Management Research Guide!

The Citing & Citation Management Guide is home to the manuals, blogs, and example citations for the following citation styles: APA (American Psychological Association), AMA (American Medical Association), Vancouver, Chicago Style, and MLA (Modern Language Association). The guide is also home to an introduction to citation management tools Zotero and Mendeley, a side by side comparison of AMA and APA citation examples, and an overview and tutorials on plagiarism.

Whether you are looking for a specific citation style or a quick tutorial on the ten types of plagiarism, the Citing & Citation Management Research Guide has you covered!

For more in depth information regarding citation management tools, please visit the Zotero or Mendeley Research Guides. For any other questions, feel free reach out on our Ask A Librarian page.

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