The Style Guides, created by the Student Success Centre, provide an overview of each citation style and examples of how to properly cite different types of materials.
|Typically used in Education, Communication, Business and Nursing|
|Chicago Style Guide||Typically used in History|
|CSE Style Guide||Typically used in the Sciences|
|IEEE Style Guide||Typically used in Engineering|
|MLA Style Guide||Typically used in English and Film|
|Vancouver Style Guide||Typically used in Biomedical Sciences|
What's the big deal?
Knowledge develops through recognition of previous work. As expressed by Isaac Newton, "If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants" (BBC, 2009).
Citing is the method of recognizing others' work, and it is an essential part of being a university student. Using proper citation allows instructors to see what scholars you have been reading, and it also gives you a voice in the scholarly discussion.
If you write something amazing, you probably would want others to cite your work too!
BBC (2009). Moving words: Sir Isaac Newton. Retrieved March 3, 2017 from http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/movingwords/shortlist/newton.shtml
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