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Scan the QR code or click below to access the WSU Libraries mobile site. You can find our hours, search the online catalog for books, and look for articles in mobile friendly databases.


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. 


    Citation Builders

    These are sites that will help you "build" citations. They're pretty accurate, but be sure to cover your bases by comparing the citations against those in a style manual. Just choose MLA or APA and the type of source you need to create a citation for (a book, a journal article, etc.), and input all of the necessary information.

    Ask a librarian if you need additional assistance. 


    EndNote is a citation manager that will assist you in storing and managing citations for research projects and papers. Use these guides to learn how to download and use EndNote to manage citations.



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