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Tutorial: Citation Style Resources

Citing research can be tricky. Below we've collected a few online resources to help you find the proper citation method you're seeking. If you are unable to locate the appropriate citation method for a particular resource, remember you can always consult print versions of the different style manuals like APA, Chicago, MLA, and CBE. There are also many style manuals and writing guides available in print in the libraries.

 

Citation Style Resource Guides

 

Citation Builder

  • Landmark's Citation Machine
    This convenient web-based citation building tool creates an APA or MLA citation from information that you provide.

 

Citation Managers

 

EndNote

  • EndNote
    • Provided by the Drexel University Office of Information Resources & Technology (please follow download instructions provided by IRT), EndNote is a desktop-based tool for building your own personal citation collection. The web-based tool EndNote Web is also accessible through this product. EndNote allows users to import citations, utilize in-text citation style, and create bibliographies in a variety of citation styles.
  • EndNote Tutorial
    • This is an online video tutorial from a health sciences perspective.
       

RefWorks

  • RefWorks
    • Provided by the Drexel University Libraries, RefWorks is a web-based tool for building your own personal citation collection. Capture citations from database searches into RefWorks; output bibliographies in more than 100 citation styles.
  • RefWorks Tutorial
    • This is an online video tutorial from a health sciences perspective.
  • More information about RefWorks
 

 

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