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This guide was created to assist with selecting and correctly using a citation style while writing a paper. There are many different styles to choose from when working on a paper. Many fields of study prefer one particular style. Always check with your instructor or syllabus when in doubt!
Click the links below to navigate to the page for the citation style you wish to learn more about. You may also use the tabs on the upper left hand side of the guide.
|7. Indigenous Style Guide|
|8. Citation management|
When you quote or refer to another person's words or ideas in your writing, you must credit your source with a proper citation. Why is proper citation important?