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Writing Resources for Faculty (Library): Style Guides and Endnote

Style Guides by Subject

Some disciplines have their own guides to research and writing.  You may find them in the library catalog.  Use the Subject Heading search option, with the subject being your discipline plus research handbooks.  For example: sociology research handbooks or history research handbooks.

Endnote

EndNote is a software program designed to store and manipulate bibliographic information. With EndNote you can:

  • store references in one place
  • keep reading notes linked to sources
  • download citations directly from databases
  • automatically format bibliographies and citations in MLA, APA, Chicago Manual of Style, or over 1000 other styles.

APA:American Psychological Association

Chicago Manual of Style

MLA Style Guide

THE MLA STYLE MANUAL, recommended for graduate students, 3rd edition, 808.02 A179m 2008, and THE MLA HANDBOOK, 7th edition, 808.02 M685 2009 are available in the Reference Room (ask at the desk).

Subject Guide

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