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How do I cite sources in my paper?

(in APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian styles)
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2015  |  133 Views

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Need help with formatting citations?

Please visit the ARC's Writing LibGuide (the citation section) for help with citing books, articles, and more in either APA style, Chicago (or Turabian) style, and MLA style.

The Purdue OWL website can also be a great help in citing sources in APA, Chicago, and MLA styles.

Need more help with writing or incorporating sources into your paper?

The Academic Resource Center is recommended for in-depth writing help. Writing tutoring is available in a variety of ways. You can also visit their Writing LibGuide for more writing tips!

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