Library Resources for Graduate Students
Introduction to Citations
Video about citations created by University of Massachusetts Lowell O'Leary Library Media Center
About Citation Management Tools
Citation management tools help you collect, organize and share information for research and writing. Most perform the same functions and most are freely available. Each citation tool has its own plug-in for Microsoft Word, some have browser plug-ins for easy capture of web links and most have built-in connections to common library reference databases. All of these tools have options for group-based collaborative research.
Manage your research with tools like EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero and more.
|About EndNote||About Mendeley||About Zotero|
|Cite-While-You-Write (Word plug-in)||What is Mendeley Cite?||Word Processor Plugin|
|EndNote Online (free version)|
|EndNote Desktop X9 on Windows|
|Endnote Desktop X9 on macOS|
Select a citation style based on specific disciplines and requirements from instructors or departments.
BUSN - Citing Business Sources
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Citation tools & resources for students and scholars.
Find out about upcoming workshops for learning citation managers.
Thesis and Dissertations
This section contains links and information provided by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Copyright Office on thesis writing and submission.
|This 15 page document contains the Faculty of Graduate Studies guidelines for your thesis. It includes general style recommendations, formatting requirements, components of your thesis, permissions, as well as a sample title page.||All you need to know about required documents, links to relevant forms, submission deadline and times, and more - from the Faculty of Graduate Studies Submit Your Thesis webpage.||Check out the Copyright Office "Theses copyright guidelines". The pdf document talks about using copyrighted material in a thesis or dissertation as well as copyright issues related to electronic deposit of theses and dissertations at the University of Calgary.|
Writing support - Resources
The Student Success Centre provides writing support which includes writing workshops, one-on-one appointments, online resources & handouts, and more. This should be your first stop for writing support. Check out the writing support page for more information on their resources and programs.
Library guides that contain resources for writing
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