In Catalog Classic (books), click on Cite This (right side) from inside the record. The citation will appear in the current versions of APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, and Turabian.
In databases (journal articles) such as those owned by EBSCO, after locating the article, click on Cite (in the list on the right). The citation appears in MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian formats.
The Center for Writing and Communication is located on the first floor of McWherter Library. Walkins are welcome, but you can also schedule an appointment in advance. Please visit CWC for more information and to schedule an appointment.
Writing a paper can be difficult especially with regard to punctuation and grammar. Below are some links to good resources that will help you bridge this hurdle.
A bibliography is a list of sources used for writing a paper.
An annotated bibliography also includes a summary and/or evaluation. It might include one or more of the following:
Here are some helpful websites with instructions and examples:
RefWorks is a web-based citation management system offered free to U of M students and faculty. It offers you a convenient and time-saving method of saving and formatting information on your research. It imports this information directly from many of the databases licensed by the U of M Libraries.