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Classics

Accessing Library Resources from Off Campus

Most of the resources listed on this page can be accessed from off-campus, provided you access them through a link in this guide or on the Library's website. If you have questions or need help, please email me or make a virtual appointment using the buttons on the left. 

Chicago Style Guides

NOTE: The Chicago Style has two different systems: endnotes/footnotes and author-date. Be sure to ask your professor which style you should use.

Western Oregon University created this in-depth guide to Chicago Style. 

Citation Styles

NOTE: The Chicago Style has two different systems: endnotes/footnotes and author-date. Be sure to ask your professor which style you should use.

Western Oregon University created this in-depth guide to Chicago Style. 

The MLA has a lot of information and tutorials on their website, including a quick bibliographic citation guide and information on citing images and graphs and formatting your paper.

American Political Science Association (APSA) has an excellent guide on their citation style. 

Click on the links below to download PDFs of the following ASA style guides:

Here are some guides on how to cite your sources using Harvard citation style: