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Sciences & Math Liaison
Tel: (508) 286 3767

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Humanities Liaison
Tel: (508) 286 3924

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Social Sciences Librarian
Tel: (508) 286 3222

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About This Guide
This guide provides links to the style guides for the most often used citation formats, as well as information on the citation management software supported by Wallace Library. 
Citation Style Resources
APAZong Kui by Ren Yi, hanging scroll, ink and color on canvas, 1883
Chicago/Turabian 
MLA
Image: Ren Yi (Ren Bonian) (Chinese, 1840–1896), "Zong Kui," hanging scroll, ink and color on silk, 1883, Metropolitain Musuem of Art.
Tips

More Help & Training Sessions

To set up a consultation or an in-class training session to learn more about RefWorks or Zotero, or for any technical help, please contact a Research Librarian.

 

Citation Formatting in Databases

Tip: Many of our databases and the WorldCat Local catalog also include built-in citation formatting.

Citation Management Software
To manage your citations and make citing properly a little easier (independent of discipline), consider using citation management software. 

The Wallace Library currently supports the free and open-source program Zotero and Elsevier's free program Mendeley.

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Zotero Unrestricted Resource
Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free citation management program that allows you to collect, organize, cite, and automatically format your research materials. It comes in two versions: a Firefox extension and a standalone version; the latter is recommended if Firefox is not your primary browser.     

With Zotero, you can:

  • Import the bibliographic information of articles, books, websites, and other formats directly from library databases, catalogs, or the open web.
  • Import PDFs of articles from library databases when available
  • Add notes on each source directly to the Zotero entry for that source.
  • Organize entries into project folders.
  • ​Sync all entries to the cloud so that you can access them anywhere, anytime.  
 

Use Zotero with Microsoft Word or LibreOffice to:

  • Insert in-text citations directly from your Zotero database in the style of your choice.
  • Add bibliographies with one click of a button.
  • Change citation styles as needed. 
 

Need Zotero Help?

​Zotero has an excellent help section, but by all means do contact a Liaison Librarian for help with Zotero or to schedule a workshop or in-class instruction session.
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Mendeley Unrestricted Resource

Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research:



  • Automatically generate bibliographies
  • Collaborate easily with other researchers online
  • Easily import papers from other research software
  • Find relevant papers based on what you're reading
  • Access your papers from anywhere online
  • Read papers on the go, with our iOS and Android apps


Need Mendeley Help?

​Mendeley has an excellent help section, but please feel free to contact a Liaison Librarian for help with Mendeley to schedule a workshop or in-class instruction session. 
 
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