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Citing your work

It is important to cite the sources you consult when writing a paper. Giving proper credit can enhance your own work and prevent plagiarism. Learn about the citation styles in your field of research by using these two tools

APSA Style Manual for Political Science is available in the Main Library, floor 4, call number JA86 .A485 2006 or on-line.

The Libraries provides free access to EndNote, a bibliographic citation manager. Create an account, grab citation information from the Libraries' search tools (Smart Search, InfoHawk Catalog, EbscoHost and Proquest databases, Google Scholar, etc.), and generate a bibliography. EndNote has a large number of citation formats to choose from, including the American Political Science Association (APSA). Please feel free to contact Brett Cloyd with any questions.

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