To use when studying the social sciences, behavioral sciences, and many other sciences.
It is not imperative to cite factual, well-documented information (e.g., John F. Kennedy was the President of the United States). However, quotations, statistics, images, and artwork taken from, e.g., books, periodicals, and the Internet, should be cited.
Note: When in doubt, CITE.
Select Websites with Examples
Citation Builder Tools
Use a citation builder tool to quickly and easily build your References page. Record your sources as your find them.
Many online databases provide specific formatted citations to sources.
Click on the cite option in your search results page.
Click the image to view the tutorial.