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Science and Religion Seminar - Bradford Campus: How to Cite

A guide of resources and information to assist freshman students in Dr. Richard Melka's FS 0102 FRESHMAN SEMINAR: Science and Religion

What is a citation and why do I need to use it?

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Citation Information

Professors vary on the citation style they require you to use for your research paper.  The Hanley Library keeps manuals  and help guides for the many styles at the reference desk, but they are also available online below.  Contact a librarian for help citing your paper.

You can also consult the ULS Libguide, Major Citation Styles: APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian.

Citation Management

There are many tools for importing citations from sources like article databases and automatically integrating them into your research paper and bibliography. Some examples are:

An expansive set of citation formats are supported including APA, MLA, and the Chicago Manual of Style .

Your professor may check for plagiarism and check your citations. To avoid this problem, be sure to review the ULS Avoiding Plagiarism tutorial.

Reference/Instruction Librarian

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Kimberly Bailey
Hanley Library, Room 104
300 Campus Drive
Bradford, PA 16701