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Citation Guide   Tags: apa, chicago_style, citations, mla, turabian  

Citation help for popular styles such APA, MLA, and Chicago, as well as some of the less common styles such as ACS and CSE.
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Citation Managers

Citation managers are tools that allow you to import and store citations which can then be shared with others. You can also create bibliographies. For more info visit our citation managers guide.

  • Zotero
    You can access Zotero as a web browser extension or download software for your personal computer.
  • EndNote
    If you are off campus you may be prompted to login with your Patriot credentials in addition to your EndNote Web login.

UT Tyler Writing Center

For assistance with writing research papers, including citations, please contact the UT Tyler Writing Center located in BUS 202. They can also be reached at (903) 565-5995 or


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Citation Styles

Click on the links below for more information about a specific citation style.

  • APA
    APA is the citation style of the American Psychological Association, but it is used by several social sciences outside of psychology as well.
  • MLA
    From the Modern Language Association of America, MLA is usually the preferred citation style for literature, arts, and humanities.
  • Chicago
    Chicago style is from the University of Chicago Press and is used most commonly in history.
  • Turabian
    Turabian style is similar to Chicago but there are some important differences.
  • Other Styles
    Find out about a less common citation styles like AMA, ASA, NLM, and several others.

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