Based on the Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association, 6th edition, this guide provides examples
for citing books; book chapters; encyclopedia, journal, magazine, and
newspaper articles; Government Printing Office and ERIC reports; online
databases; and Internet resources.
Based on the Scientific Style and Format: The CSE
Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers, 7th edition, this guide
provides examples for citing books; book chapters; journal articles;
conference papers and abstracts; technical reports; and dissertations
theses. The developers of this citation style were formerly known as the
Council of Biology Editors (CBE).
Based on the A
Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 7th edition,
this guide provides examples for citing books; journal, magazine, and
newspaper articles; books, and other resources.
RefWorks is an online research management, writing and collaboration tool
you can use to collect, store, share and organize citations for multiple
research papers and projects. You can use your RefWorks account to create
bibliographies and manuscripts.
RefWorks is available for free to all OSU students, faculty and staff,
compliments of University Libraries.
OhioLINK: How to Cite Sources in a Paper:
Documenting sources used in a paper can be challenging. Many different
citation styles exist, with specific rules for many source types — journal
articles, books, Web sites, etc. This page refers to services designed to
help you cite.