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EDUC 6570 Friedman Susan: Cite

A guide for graduate research [EDUC|6570|Susan Friedman]

Citing Your Sources

Both these sites provide examples of how to use APA style to format citations.  Feel free to ask for help if you get confused or can't find the example you are looking for.

EndNote Web

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EndNote Web is a free citation organizer.  It can be an easy way to keep track of numerous citations and insert them easily into Word Docs.  This link will take you to a separate guide built specifically to explain the details of EndNote Web.

Automatically Creating Citations in Library Article Collections

Many article search engines, plus some e-books, will automatically create citations.

Look for a "Cite This" or "Citation" button on the record for the article or chapter you are viewing.

EbscoHost databases
(Academic Search Premier, etc.)  
Proquest Databases
(Newsstand, etc.)

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