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Documentation Guide ??? Turabian     View
Could you use a very user friendly website that details how to use the Chicago Manual of Style? This is a very good resource, with many examples of how to format your paper and cite your resources in the proper Turabian style.

APA Format     View
Do you want a 'crib sheet' for quick and easy reference on APA formats? This one is great!

NCCAM Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Citation Index     View
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine created this database of more than 180,000 bibliographic citations from 1963-1999, which is a subset of the Medline database. Specific diseases can be found by browsing "CAM & diseases," ...

Common Internet and Electronic Citations for Genealogy     View
Handy, ready-made Cut and Paste Stylesheets for citing sources commonly used by genealogists. Includes citations for the FamilySearch online database, various databases, the Google search engine, and more.

CiteSeerX: Scientific Literature Digital Library and Search Engine     View
This is "a scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on the literature in computer and information science." The "documents" search results include document abstracts, similar documents based o ...

DocsCite - ASU Libraries     View
Having trouble putting Government Documents into proper citation style? This is a very user friendly resource, which has plenty of examples for citing Government Documents in MLA or APA format. The step-by-step guide provides coverage for: Print, Mic ...

Writers Workshop - The Center for Writing Studies     View
Writing resources from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Individual free help is only offered to University affiliates but the Writer Resources section has great information in their Grammar Handbook, Citation styles, ESL Resources, and ...

Citing Sources ??? Duke University Libraries     View
Quickly locate the format for citing from different sources within your paper or on your reference page. All the major citation styles are included. A very easy to navigate site provided by Duke University!

Citing Government Information Sources Using MLA (Modern Language Association) Style     View
A very good resource for anyone who needs to find some examples of how to cite Government Information, such as a Presidential Commission, U.S. Supreme Court Decision, a Code of Federal Regulation, Statistical Table, U.S. Census Data, City and State G ...

Workscited4u     View
Are you looking a very easy and simple website to assist you with your citations? This is a free tool that is very user friendly, and easy to use. There are over twenty sources from which to choose from, such as ???Book, CD-Rom, Film, Journal Artic ...




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