RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management program that allows you to create your own personal database of references. You can automatically import references from a search performed in an online database or enter references manually.
RefWorks also allows you to format your references for papers and bibliographies in a variety of output styles, including APA, MLA, Turabian, and Chicago.
When to Cite provides tips for avoiding plagiarism.
The following links demonstrate the most commonly cited resources and citation styles. Complete citation manuals are available at the research help desk at the library.
APA Style Guide, 6 th Edition
APA Style Guide – University of South Florida St. Petersburg Library
APA Style Guide (in-text) – University of South Florida St. Petersburg Library
APA Formatting and Style Guide – The OWL at Purdue
MLA Style Guide, 7 th Edition
MLA Formatting and Style Guide – The OWL at Purdue
Additional citation styles used at USFSP:
American Anthropological Association Style
AAA Style Guide – American Anthropological Association
Chicago Style Guide
Chicago Manual of Style – The OWL at Purdue
Harvard (author-date) style examples – Monash University
Harvard APGS Referencing Guide – University of Southern Queensland
Harvard System of Referencing Guide - Anglia Ruskin University
Turabian, 7 th Edition
Turabian Quick Guide – The University of Chicago
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