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Citation Styles & Tools

Provides links to various sites and resources for various citation styles, as well as call numbers for citation style manuals/handbooks located in Zondervan.

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Citation Styles

 

Although citations are often a least favorite part of the research and writing process, they are so very important.

This guide is designed to save you time in the citation process. See the appropriate Style tab for excellent resources on each particular style(s).

Citation Styles

Citation Styles

APA Style Guide Available at ZL


Online Guides for APA Style


These sites offer the extremely useful guidelines on APA style. You will want to use them often.

MLA Style Guide Available at ZL


Online Guides for MLA Style


Visit the sites listed below for excellent resources on general MLA formatting and specific types of citations.

Chicago Style Guide at ZL


Turabian Style Handbook at ZL


Online Guides for Chicago & Turabian Styles


The resources listed below provide invaluable help in navigating both Chicago and Turabian citation styles. 

Society of Biblical Literature SBL (Biblical Style) Handbook at ZL


Online Help for SBL Citations


In addition to the eBook version of the SBL Handbook, use the following resources to learn more about citing using this style. 

AMA Manual at ZL


Online Help for AMA Citations


The Council of Science Editors' style (CSE) is the dominant style for citations in the life sciences. The American Medical Association's style (AMA) is more prominent in associated medical fields. 

CSE Manual at ZL


Online Help for CSE Citations


The Council of Science Editors' style (CSE) is the dominant style for citations in the life sciences. The American Medical Association's style (AMA) is more prominent in associated medical fields. 

Plagiarism

Plagiarism

 

Plagiarism & Citations


When citing, be sure to understand what plagiarism is and isn't. If there are still questions contact the Writing Center or practice avoiding plagiarism. Remember, it is better to cite a source than risk plagiarism!

Citation: Why We Cite Our Sources

Citation: Why WE cite our Sources

 

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