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AMA Citation Style (Univ. of Washington Library)
This is a guide to using the AMA Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors. This is the style frequently used in the medical sciences.
APA Reference Style Guide (Northern Michigan Univ. Library)
This is a guide to APA style of documentation typically used in the fields of psychology and education. Examples reflect standards published in the 6th edition of the Publication Manual, 2010.
Chicago Manual of Style (Purdue OWL)
This guide includes some of the more common examples for citing references as end notes or in bibliographies. The examples are based on guidelines listed in the The Chicago Manual of Style (17th edition, 2017).
CSE Citation Help (Colorado State Library)
A guide to using the Council of Science Editors documentation style typically used in the biological sciences and fields of scientific study.
MLA (Purdue OWL)
This is a guide to using MLA documentation style typically used in the field of English, literature, and some of the other humanities.
OWL (Online Writing Lab)
A large compendium of useful writing resources including guides to using the major style of documentation including APA, Turabian, and MLA. Includes useful information on how to avoid plagiarism.