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Greek and Roman Studies

Citation Tools

Style Guides:

  • Chicago Manual of Style Edit/Delete Quick Stats
    We also have this in our print collection - Z253 .C44 2010 - reference collection on the 1st floor of the Taylor Digital Library
  • MLA Handbook - online Edit/Delete Quick Stats
    If have purchased a print copy - can use the activation key for online access; can also purchase online access. Also available in print: PN147 .G52 2003
    Guide to how to cite using MLA (from Purdue University)


Citation Tools such as Mendeley and EndNote can really facilitate the collection and formatting of reference.

See also some free resources that guide you through the process of citing:

Cite this for Me -  enter  the title of the work and it will generate a citation for you - Harvard, MLA, Chicago, Turabian, Vancouver

KnightCite   -  MLA, APA and Chicago - select your type of material - fill in the blanks and it will generate your citation

Citation Machine -  works similar to KnightCite but also includes Turabian style

Mendeley -   excellent resource for collecting, sharing and citing references


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