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Open Education Resources (OER): Cite Sources

This LibGuide is a collaborative effort between the Shepard Library and the Department of Criminal Justice

Citation Resources and Citation Builders

The Shepard Library provides access to two different types of citation software:

ProQuest RefWorks The new RefWorks is a premier reference management service that supports the needs of students, faculty and librarians. With a refined user experience, full-text management, collaboration     and other features you’d expect from a reference management solution, RefWorks enables students and faculty to have a more efficient and reliable process for producing the best research papers and grants. Libraries are able to offer this powerful service and have full administrative controls and analytics that provide a consistent source of patron and content usage.

Landmark Citation Machine makes it easy for student researchers to properly credit the information that they use.

Purdue Online Writing Lab American Psychological Association Style Guide

Purdue Owl Sample APA Paper



Citation Resources

The following citation style guides are shelved in the Reference Collection on the second floor of the Shepard Library. Each book is shelved in alphanumeric order by its corresponding call number:

Criminal Justice

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Subjects: Criminal Justice