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MGMT 428: Cite Sources

In the research process: SYNTHESIZE

1. Explore topic basics (casual searching)

2. Background (books and reference sources)

3. Current research (library databases and web)

4. Support your argument (source citation)

5. Drafts & revisions (research librarians & learning commons)

Citing Sources: Chicago

You always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (above).

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Citing Sources: MLA

You always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (above).

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Citing Sources: APA

You always have the most control over the accuracy of your citations when you do it by hand using the selected style manual (above).

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In-text citation examples

Research Documentatation, 5th ed. - From authors of style guides in several disciplines, this website provides examples of in-text citations and References lists for Chicago, APA, MLA, etc....

Manage & Organize: RefWorks

ProQuest RefWorks is a citation management tool that assists researchers in gathering, organizing, annotating, and citing their sources. Accounts are free to anyone with an SU email address (students, staff, faculty).

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To set up your account, go here.


Please note that citation tools like RefWorks are only as perfect as the data they are extracting from resources -- you should always double-check your citations to make sure they are correct.


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