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EDIT 2000: Intro to Computers for Teachers (Zhang): Citations & Reference Pages

APA, MLA & More

Different subjects and classes often use different citation styles. That can mean a lot of manuals to buy and lug around. Save your back & bank account by using our two-page handouts and/or borrowing the book from the Libraries. We have a whole page devoted to this!

It's never too late or too early to start using a citation manager. We support two packages, Endnote & RefWorks. And we have a handy-dandy guide, too. Citation software lets you collect what you've found into a database that YOU create & control. Then, as you're typing your paper, you can select the citation you need and it will be added to your paper and formatted according to the style you're using. AND it will create your works cited page AS YOU CONTINUE TO TYPE.