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Online bibliographic citation manager. After registration, use this program to import references from research databases into folders, then format them in any of more than 100 citation styles.
You can also export citations from your folders directly into your research paper, or use them to instantly create a list of works cited, by downloading a module of this program called "Write'N'Cite". Use the "help" screens, or view the online tutorial, for more specific instructions.
Print Citation Guides
Do you want to see the actual paper style manual for your area of study? The Circulation Desk at the JFK Library has all the latest citation style manuals (Chicago/Turabian, MLA, APA, etc.) available for short period checkout.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
Description: A useful guide by the UNC Libraries showing you how to cite sources. Citation examples include both print & online sources and in-text citations as well as works cited. Directions: After selecting a citation style, use the left hand navigation menu to search for the type of resource you want to cite. If you click on the View Detail link, it will give you a picture that labels all the parts of the citation.
Description: Another good citation guide showing you how to cite various sources. Directions: After clicking on the citation style you want, use the left hand navigation menu to select the type of resource you want to know how to cite.