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        Introduction

        person juggling books and computerThis guide lists links to information about the major style guides currently in use at Wichita State University.  Use the table below to find information about how to cite references in your papers, about  common grammar questions, and to software that helps manage your references when writing your paper. 

         
            

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          Style Manuals
          Citation Management Services & Software Grammar 
          APA American Psychological Association

          MLA Modern Languages Association

          Chicago/Turabian

          CSE Council of Science Editors
          Knight Citation Service(formats individual citations in MLA,APA,and Chicago) 
          Son of Citation Machine (formats individual citations in MLA,APA, and Chicago 
          UNC Libraries Citation Builder(formats individual citations in APA, Chicago, CSE,and MLA)

          ENDNOTE (for downloading help call 978-4357)
          Zotero (free for Firefox users)
          Use "Manage Sources" in Word
           
           
          Purdue -OWL Grammar (numerous tip sheets)

          UW-M Grammar (Part of Writer's Handbook)

          Indiana State Univ. Writing Handouts

              
             

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