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Using Research
Choose a Citation Style
Style manuals provide rules for citing your sources so that you credit the author or source that you use for your research paper. Always check with your professor to find out what style you should use when citing your sources. There are many tools to help you cite your sources appropriately.
Here are some ideas of ways to obtain help with citing sources...
Helps you determine the best way to cite your sources, and includes citation information and examples for several citation styles. Examples are based on the 4th Edition, 2009.
Help for APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, and CSE citations.
Click on the 'Research and Citation' link to find a helpful source for proper citation , quoting sources, documenting online resources, paraphrasing, using statistics and much more.
Help for news and business resources from LexisNexis Academic in MLA, APA, and Turabian citation styles.
Help for legal citation formats.
Bibliographic citation management software which you can use to create your own personal database by importing references from online databases. 
You Could Also Consult...
Official Style Guides in the Library
Students consulting useful citation guides.
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