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Purdue OWL (Purdue University )
An online writing guide that provides information in APA, MLA, Chicago styles of citation as well as general citation and research assistance. To locate specific guide, use the search box or select the links on the navigation bar on the left. 

Citation Styles (ASU Library) 
 Overview of several of the most frequently used citation styles as well as provide resources for additional styles used within the scientific disciplines. Official style guides will provide documentation on styles and give examples of how individual associations, journals or publishers format citations, bibliographies and footnotes.

Citing Information (APA, MLA, Chicago & CSE/CBE) 
Guide from University Libraries-University of North Carolina.

Formatting Your Thesis or Dissertation (ASU Graduate College)

Print copies of the most current editions are available in all ASU Library locations.

Library Guides

Citation Management Tools
This guide includes information about citation management tools, or applications used to organize your references, generate bibliographies, and collaborate with others. 

A guide about copyright which is is a form of legal protection automatically provided to the authors of “original works of authorship,” including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic work. 

Citation Research and Impact Factor
Methods and metrics for evaluating scholarly and research impact.

Getting Published 
Selected resources that are essential for the publishing process - including complying with research regulationslocating fundingmanaging your informationselecting a journal or other publication venue, and understanding your rights as an author when signing a publishing agreement.

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