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Prior to starting your writing project always confirm with your professor which style guide and which edition or revision of that style guide you are to use. The standards tend to change over time.
If you need help finding style guide information about a style not mentioned in the tabs above, please contact your professor or a Logan Library staff member.
Acronym Finder - A tool to find the match to an acronym, abbreviation, or initialism.
JAbbr - A Cornell University Library catalog tool to find the match to a journal, conference proceeding, or other serial publication abbreviation.
All That JAS: Journal Abbreviation Sources - A tool o find the match to a journal, conference proceeding, or other serial publication abbreviation.
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Citation Best Practices
When creating your own works remember to:
- use the citation style that your professor requires
- use the citation style consistently throughout your work
- cite work that it not your own and used in your work
- cite work that you previously created and used in your work
- not cite work(s) reviewed and not used in your own work
- cite the work used in your work both in the body of the work and in the cited references section of your work
- use complete citations
Adding Citations and Bibliographies to Microsoft Word