Citation Guides & Refworks

Style/Citation Guides

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Turabian/Chicago Style

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RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management tool that allows you to create a personal account for collecting and arranging research citations (books, articles, websites, etc.) from our catalog and databases. References can be easily formatted to a variety of citation styles (APA, MLA, etc.), and there are a number of tools that allow you to create bibliographies, generate in-text citations, and even streamline the writing process. As an alternative, you may want to try the New RefWorks, which includes 10GB of document storage, unlimited sharing inside and outside the institution, easy institution-wide sharing, and more. To get started, go to New RefWorks and create an account.

RefWorks workshops are offered throughout the year. For a list of this semester's sessions, visit the Library Workshop page.

RefWorks can be accessed from the Databases link on the main Library page.