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Managing Citations: A Guide  

This guide can help you cite your reference correctly and manage references efficiently.
Last Updated: Jun 3, 2014 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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Managing your citations means keeping track of all the resources used for research and writing and being able to easily generate reference lists and bibliographies. It also means using the corrent formats for various resources. These pages in this LibGuide can help you do that with various resources from the Libraries and on the web.

Some of the information in this guide is taken from the Research Guide "Citing Sources."

Other online sites for citing references


In the Library's collection

Most of these citation manuals are in Reference areas at various libraries. Baker/Berry Library keeps additional copies at their Reference Desk.

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A pocket guide to writing in history - Mary Lynn Rampolla
Call Number: Baker/Berry Ref. D 13 .R295 2010
ISBN: 0312535031
Publication Date: 6th ed.
A style guide for History with abbreviated explanations for the most common types of citations for the Chicago style.

The Chicago Manual of Style
Call Number: Various libraries Ref. Z 253 .C57
The print version. There is a copy at each library's Reference/Information desk.

The Chicago Manual of Style Online - University of Chicago Press
Call Number: Electronic resource
This is the online version of the thick orange book. This is a style manual for writing, editing and publishing. There are print copies located at the Baker/Berry Research & Information Desk and in the Reference Collection.


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