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Citation and Citation Management Resources

Researchers in the Dean Room,
Uris Library, ca. 1961.
Courtesy of the University Archives, Division of Rare & Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library

With academic workloads reaching a crescendo, you may not have the time (or timing) to stop by a Reference Desk with your citation and citation management questions.  If you find yourself in the Cocktail Lounge in Uris at 1 am stuck on MLA formatting, or are having issues using Write N Cite to format your paper in Word, there are a few help options available to you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Ask a Librarian. You can email library staff directly, or if you need an answer right away: use the 24/7 chat service.
  • The Cornell University Library website has a page with guides for citing items in MLA, APA, and Chicago styles, as well as FAQ’s on Refworks and Endnote.
  • There are online guides on bibliographic citations, Zotero, and choosing the right citation manager.  Most online library guides created for courses have a  page on citations and citation management.

While it is always best to plan ahead, Cornell Library is there to help you with your citation, or citation management questions; regardless of the time of day, or proximity to deadline.

 

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