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Sophomore Seminar 207: Infection: Global Health: Citing Sources

Citing in MLA Style

MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers
8th ed., New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2016.
Reference Collection, Main Level
Call Number: LB2369 .G53 2016

ALWAYS check the style manual!! DO NOT rely on other guides!

Citing in APA Style

The Library has the complete Publication Manual in print:
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
Reference Collection, Main Level
Call Number BF76.7 .P83 2010

Helpful Websites:

From the American Psychological Association (APA):

From Other Universities:

Writing Center

Need More Help with Citations?

Visit the Writing Center!

Library, Main Level, Room 110

Spring Quarter 2016 Hours

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At the Writing Center site, view available appointment times, read consultant bios, & register for a consultation.
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Why Cite?

A citation is the information you need to find and cite a specific publication, usually including an article's title, author, journal title (also called source), date, volume, issue, and page numbers.

When writing a research paper, you need to cite the information in your paper that came from other sources in order to give credit to the author of the information you are using.

See also these guides:

Diana Hacker's Research and Documentation Online

Sources and Citations - from Dartmouth College