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Course & Subject Guides
Listed below are a few quick links to resources that will aid you in citing sources.
APA 7th Edition
Published in October 2019; please check with your instructor on which edition should be used in your work.
APA 6th Edition
Need help with citing APA style? Find examples here along with links to books in PittCat and free online resources.
MLA 8th Edition
Need help with citing MLA style? Find information here along with links to books in PittCat and free online resources.
Need help with citing Chicago/Turabian style? Find examples here along with links to the online style manual and free online resources.
Essential Guides for Reading and Writing
A Rulebook for Arguments by
Publication Date: 2018
From academic writing to personal and public discourse, the need for good arguments and better ways of arguing is greater than ever before. This timely fifth edition of A Rulebook for Arguments sharpens an already-classic text, adding updated examples and a new chapter on public debates that provides rules for the etiquette and ethics of sound public dialogue as well as clear and sound thinking in general.
The Scott, Foresman Handbook for Writers by
The Scott Foresman Handbook is designed to anticipate the questions of student writers and answer them clearly, fully, and imaginatively. It supports the multiple dimensions of a writer';s work - including language, reading, argument, research, technology, visual learning and more.
How to Read a Book by
How to Read a Book, originally published in 1940, has become a rare phenomenon, a living classic. It is the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension for the general reader. And now it has been completely rewritten and updated.
The Elements of Style by
Publication Date: 2008
Offering the same content as the Fourth Edition, revised in 1999, the new case bound 50th Anniversary Edition includes a brief overview of the book's illustrious history. Used extensively by individual writers as well as high school and college students of writing, it has conveyed the principles of English style to millions of readers.
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