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Bibliographic Management Tools
EndNote? Mendeley? Zotero?
Not sure which bibliographic management tool to use to keep track of your citations? Check this Research Guide before you decide.
Style Guides Online
The Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab)
The Purdue University Online Writing Lab serves writers from around the world, assisting with all of their citation needs.
American Psychological Association
Here is the APA - sponsored guide to citing electronic sources.
Chicago Manual of Style
Here is the 17th edition online for using to browse the entire work, plus Web tools, such as manuscript preparation, Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide, sample correspondence, and more.
Compiled and edited by Karla Tonella of the University of Iowa, this list incorporates links to a wide variety of "style sites."
MLA Style Center
Writing Resources from the Modern Language Association
Citing Sources in APA and MLA
Citation & Writing Websites
Fordham University Writing Centers
From the website: "Providing more than a proofreading service, our tutors will work with you on a variety of logical, rhetorical, and grammatical concerns in your writing. We can assist you with any type of writing from your curriculum, from conception, to composition, to completion. Our aim is not only to help you perfect an individual essay; we want to help you develop the tools you need to become a better writer. Our service is free and, if you come with the right expectations and the willingness to participate actively in the session, extremely effective. "
Writing Center Handouts & Resources
Guides created by the Writing Center staff to help student writers.