Answered By: Gabe [Research & Writing Studio] Last Updated: Dec 13, 2017 Views: 34
The citation quick guides for APA, MLA, and Chicago styles can be found at http://libguides.wwu.edu/citation_style
If you are interested in more in-depth citation support please consider taking advantage of the Citing & Documenting portion of our LIT research and writing tutorial series.
For situations where the quick guides do not give examples of what you are looking for please email or chat with us through this system. You can also stop by the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio. Full style guides are also available at the Studio and in the Reference Collection.
You are welcome to copy and paste the content below for use in syllabi and Canvas for student use.
The Western Libraries has a variety of sources you can take advantage of in order to support you in writing citations as part of the documentation for your research.
- Documenting & Documenting portion of our LIT tutorial series covers basic concepts related to citations and academic integrity (AKA avoiding plagiarism). This can be located from the Libraries tab in MyWestern
- Linked in the tutorial are the popular citation quick guides, including APA, MLA, and Chicago styles. You can also locate these guides easily in the Libraries tab in MyWestern.
- You are welcome to use copies of style guides in the Libraries, which can be located through OneSearch.
- The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio, located on the second level of Haggard Hall and online, has staff available to work with you on learning to use citation styles.