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Library Guides to Citing
APA Formatting and Style Guide
Lots of great examples using APA style formatting of books, articles, videos, Web pages, library database articles, and other online resources. Compiled by Purdue University's Writing Center.
APA Style Guide (American Psychological Association)
Basic online version of the American Psychological Association's style guide, covering aspects of citing and other aspects of scholarly writing most pertinent to psychology, nursing, and many other health-related fields.
NLM Style Guide
National Library of Medicine Style Guide.
AMA Manual of Style (American Medical Association)
For details on citing in AMA (American Medical Association) format, you need to use the 10th Edition of the "AMA manual of style: a guide for authors and editors" located in the library's Ready Reference Collection (located immediately behind the Reference Desk) at the Richardson Library.
Citing: A How To Guide
Find guidance for citing in one of the many different citation styles (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago) adopted or preferred by different publishers and organizations.
Citations: How To Read One
Understand all the components of a citation and what a citation tells you about the source, type, format and content of information being cited.
Tools to help you manage your citations.
Available to DePaul students, staff & faculty in campus labs and as a download for home use.
A free browser extension for managing your citations.
Free tool for managing references and academic social network.
Get Help Writing & Citing
The DePaul Writing Center works with writers on many kinds of projects; from research papers and lab reports to Master's theses and personal projects.