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Use the call number below each book to find these style manuals in Lewis Library's Reference collection (located on the main/2nd floor) OR click on the book or book title to view an online version of the style guide!
What is an annotated bibliography?
Need more info on how to cite those quotes correctly?
Here are some links to the Purdue Owl website which can provide a quick overview on how to style your citations. Purdue Owl only provides information for those looking to use MLA, APA, and Chicago Manual styles, and only gives a general overview of each. For a more in-depth look at a particular writing style, you may find style handbooks for MLA, APA, Turabian, ACS, and more on reserve at Lewis Library. If you need to access them, just come to the circulation desk and ask for what you need!
Use the following check-list to make sure you have all the information you need to create a citation of your sources: