UGA Libraries Citation Style Guides provides examples of commonly cited items such as books, articles, databases, and websites from many different citation styles.
The Purdue Online Writing Lab: Research and Citation Sources This website provides more in-depth discussions of APA, MLA, and Chicago styles.
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University of Georgia dissertations from 2001 and later are available electronically and can be found in the UGA Research Repository. Many dissertations, prior to 2001, are in a print format only and are stored at the Libraries’ Repository. They can be found by searching the libraries' GIL catalog. You may request that a print-only dissertation be retrieved from the Repository for you to check out in person, or, you may have it sent to the nearest University System of Georgia library for you to pick up there. Dissertations from other universities can be found in the GALILEO database, Proquest Dissertations and Theses. Many dissertations in this database are now available full-text. To obtain a copy of a dissertation that is not available for free in full text or that is not listed at all in the database, it may be possible to borrow the dissertation from the library at the institution where the dissertation was taken by submitting a request through our Interlibrary Loan Department.