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Global Studies Subject Guide (archived): Citing sources

Resources to support Castleton's Global Studies program

CSC's guide

For more information, see the library's
Citing Sources guide


Includes information on
citation management tools
like Zotero, EasyBib and Mendeley.

APA style

Resources for help with APA (American Psychological Association) style for citations

Citing Sources

General resources in the reference section of the library:

  • The Scott Foresman Handbook for Writers
    (REF 808.042 H127s)

     
  • Cite Right--A Quick Guide to Citation Styles--MLA, APA, Chicago, the Sciences, Professions, and More
    (REF 808.027 L669c)

General resources online:

  • Using Sources, from Amherst College's Writing Center, includes help with quoting, summarizing and paraphrasing, and avoiding plagiarism.
     
  • "Citing References in Your Paper," from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center, including a section on quoting and paraphrasing sources.
     
  • "Citing Sources," from Duke University Libraries, provides examples for citations within your paper and for assembling your works cited list.
     
  • The Online Writing Lab from Purdue University. See the link to Research and Citation on the right.