Art & Art History
Citation style for Art & Art History is usually MLA or Chicago format, but is important to check with your professor to ensure citations are aligning with the expected format.
Some web-based citation resources:
- See UCalgary Image guide and citation guide
- Excellent guide on how to cite images from Cornell University.
- University of British Columbia's image citation guide provides examples of different types of accurate citations for digital and print images.
- Simon Fraser University has image citation advice for APA, MLA, and Chicago format
You can also access physical or digital full citation style resources through our catalogue. Chicago and MLA guides are below:
Managing your sources and citations
An excellent web resource to reference formatting details and checking your citations is The Purdue Owl, Purdue University's Online Writing Lab
There are a variety of citation management tools that can help you collect, store, and track sources through the research process, with options to support several citation styles.
To help choose a tool that works best for your needs, consult this thorough comparison from the University of Saskatchewan Library
Get help with your writing!
UCalgary Writing Support Services has online resources on various topics (citation styles, grammar, avoiding plagiarism, etc.) and offers workshops and one-on-one support sessions. Writing Support is part of the Student Success Centre, located on the 3rd floor of TFDL.
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