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Citation Help at WVU Library
Citation Help: Style Guides
Including APA, Chicago, CSE (Council of Science Editors), and MLA, as well as rundown on citation management software tools Refworks and EndNote.
APA Citation Style Guide
This guide is a general overview of how to cite common types of sources using APA style.
Chicago Citation Style Guide
This guide is a general overview of how to cite common types of sources using the two versions of Chicago style for student writing.
MLA Citation Style Guide
This guide is a general overview of how to cite common types of sources using MLA citation style.
Reference Management Software
Use EndNote Web to create a personal database of references to articles, books and other research sources - create an account to begin. You must be on campus or connected to the campus network through VPN to create an account.You must also connect to the campus computer network either in-person or through VPN every 12 months to renew the cookie that authorizes your access to EndNote Web.
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. Download Zotero Standalone as a separate application or install as a Firefox extension to begin.
With Mendeley Reference Manager, you can organize and search your personal library, annotate documents and cite as you write. Create a free account to begin.
Creating Accounts in Web of Science & EndNote Web
If you create both a Web of Science account and an EndNote Web account, you can save, select, and send references to EndNote and manage them using lists.