This guide contains information on various style guides that you use to complete their academic assignments. Select the tab for the style guide you are directed to use. It is prudent to ask your professor if she does not state a particular style guide preference. Some teachers allow you to select a style guide.
To get help for a particular question, consult a librarian at the Reference Desk, located on the Main Floor of the library. The Reference Desk contains copies of the various style guides.
This video is available on the Atkins Library - Information Commons Youtube channel. It describes how to avoid plagiarism by properly crediting information from outside sources in your academic projects.
These citation generators are free.
If you need help with a citation, ask the subject librarian for the course you are taking. To find that librarian, use our Subject Librarian directory:
Come to a Citation Workshop. Learn about the tools that are available to you to make citing your sources easier. See examples of how you can use a style guide, citation generator, the library catalog, library databases, and Microsoft Word (MLA, APA, Chicago/Turabian). Or learn how to use EndNote, the University's citation management software.