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An introduction to citing sources

Why do I need to cite sources?

What does it mean to cite a source and how do I do it properly?

Why are there so many different citation styles?

Find answers to all these questions in the brief video tutorial.

 

Citation styles by discipline

Citation Style for Research Papers (Long Island University)

Cite Source (Trinity College Library, Hartford, CT)

Complete Discipline Listing (from Purdue OWL): the list of styles is organized by discipline and includes links to the main organizational websites and online style guides.

 

In this guide

APA - about the style, links to online style guides (including guides on citing business sources), sample papers, and tutorials.

MLA - about the style, links to online style guides, sample papers, and tutorials.

Chicago/Turabian - about the style, links to online style guides, sample papers, and tutorials.

AMA - about the style and  links to online style guides.

Citing images -  a guide to documenting images sources in APA, MLA, Turabian,and Chicago style (opens in a new window).

Citing sound - a guide to documenting sound recordings in APA, MLA, Turabian,and Chicago style (opens in a new window).

Citing video - a guide to documenting films, TV shows, and video recordings in APA, MLA, Turabian,and Chicago style (opens in a new window).

Citation formatters - tools for formatting citations in Google Scholar and research databases.

Citation management software - guides to RefWorks, EndNote, Zotero, and Mendeley (open in a new window).

Plagiarism avoidance - tips and tutorials beyond citing sources (opens in a new window).

 

Comments? Questions?

Please direct your comments, questions, and suggestions about this guide to
Olga Hart (olga.hart@uc.edu, 556-1850)

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