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Jennifer van Sickle
, Computer Science
, Environmental Science
, General and Multidisciplinary
For courses in the sciences, one commonly used style is the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association.
The APA Style Blog is freely available here
You can consult print copies of many style manuals while in the library. We keep them in the reference collection on Level A.
You can also use Cite Source, which shows you how to cite a variety of sources, from Web sites to books in print.
Disclaimer: always check with your professors about which styles they might require for their courses.
Quick examples for your bibliography or list of works cited in APA, MLA, Chicago, APSA, ASA or ACS.