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FS 510 Library Research Guide

Dr. Thuy N. Bernhard . FS 510 - Functional Foods & Health

Getting Started

How to Cite Your Resources

Part 1: In-text Citations

§A reference to a published source that appears in the body of the paper

Part 2: References List

§A list of reference entries with more information for every source that was cited in-text.
§New page, found at the end of the paper

In-text citations and a references list are both required.

Part 3: Getting Started with Citation Management Applications 

 

Part 1: Formatting In-Text Citations

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Part 2: Formatting the References List

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Part 3: Citation Management Applications

Getting Started With Citation Management Applications

There are some free citation management software applications that assist with organizing and exporting citations. You can learn more about those applications on this WSU guide. Such applications although helpful, do operate on a garbage in/garbage out principal. Those applications are:

The WSU Libraries does not endorse any one citation management application. That said, from experience, I've found there to be a little less of a learning curve with Zotero and Mendeley as opposed to EndNote.

Below is some information on Zotero:

Here's the quick start guide link which will get you going with Zotero.

If you want to learn more about Zotero watch this in-depth 12:16 minute video from the University of North Carolina Park Library

 

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