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Citation

In the research process, you will have to learn not only how to cite a particular document within your own work, but also how to organize the citations in your bibliographies.

Library Citation Games

Check out the Citation Tic-Tac-Toe Game and the APA and MLA Citation Game in the Library Games subject guide for a more interactive and fun way to learn how to cite your sources.

Most Popular Citation Styles

Depending on the requirement of the professor, you will be asked to use one of the following citation styles.

MLA Style – Modern Languages Association style - literature, arts, and humanities.

APA Style– American Psychological Association style - psychology, education, and other social sciences

Chicago Style – The Chicago Manual of Style - used with all subjects in the "real world" by books, magazines, newspapers, and other non-scholarly publication

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