The Style Guides, created by the Student Success Centre, provide an overview of each citation style and examples of how to properly cite different types of materials.
APA Style Guide (6th Ed.)
|Typically used in Education, Communication, Business and Nursing|
|APA Style Guide (7th Ed.)||Typically used in Education, Communication, Business and Nursing|
|Chicago Style Guide||Typically used in History|
|CSE Style Guide||Typically used in the Sciences|
|IEEE Style Guide||Typically used in Engineering|
|MLA Style Guide||Typically used in English and Film|
|Vancouver Style Guide||Typically used in Biomedical Sciences|
What's the big deal?
Knowledge develops through recognition of previous work. As expressed by Isaac Newton, "If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants" (BBC, 2009).
Citing is the method of recognizing others' work, and it is an essential part of being a university student. Using proper citation allows instructors to see what scholars you have been reading, and it also gives you a voice in the scholarly discussion.
If you write something amazing, you probably would want others to cite your work too!
BBC (2009). Moving words: Sir Isaac Newton. Retrieved March 3, 2017 from http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/movingwords/shortlist/newton.shtml
The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional materials.
The Writing Support Services offers a range of instructional services intended to help students improve their writing skills and become literate members of their disciplines, their professions, and their communities.
An interactive web tutorial on how to determine the key Elements of a Citation.
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