Answered By: Nancy Alzo Last Updated: Jan 11, 2018 Views: 45
Here is a link to the Libraries' help page for citing sources.
This help page has links to a number of guides that provide information on how to use various styles. Crumb Library maintains a collection of Style Guides in the Reference area -- on the last shelf adjacent to the Help Desk and the Quick Print stations. Along with the frequently used APA, MLA and Chicago (Turabian), we also have the ASA guide for Sociology, the Style Manual for Political Science, Science Style and Format and the Red and Blue books for legal citations. This collection also has some guides to help you write with sources.
For additional help incorporating style formats into assignments as well as for writing and editing papers, please check out this page for the "Writers' Block aka the College Writing Center.
Two helpful online web sites for help in formatting citations are the Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab) -- very extensive explanations and examples in the most commonly used styles and Cite Source -- Trinity University's Guide that has great examples for citing unique items like blog posts, interviews, etc.