Citing your sources: Where to start
Last Updated: Aug 14, 2019 Views: 231

Citing your sources correctly is an important part of writing a paper. You can find information that can help you cite your sources in the Library’s Citing and Documenting Sources guide. This guide provides information on several citation styles, including APA, MLA, and IEEE. It includes resources such as the following:

  • Guides
  • Explanatory videos
  • Citation tools
  • Citation books in our collection.

You can also find a lot of information about how to cite, along with some citation tools, in The Learning Portal.

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