Citation Style

For full CSU Stanislaus Access to EasyBib, add Coupon Code "stanica465" to your account. For the 2017-2018 Academic Year, EasyBib is migrating the university's institutional subscription to the EasyBib EDU service. For continued access to full features (including citation... more
Library tools that provide APA Formatted References List entries for individual journal articles: Search Library Resources (Main Search Box on library homepage) EBSCOHost Databases - click an article title and then the  "Cite" feature from a "full record... more
The 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2010) outlines the citation style for legal materials in the Appendix to Chapter 7 (pp. 216 – 224).  For court decisions, statutes, codes and other legal publications, APA uses the formats outlined in... more
A brief video introduction by the Falvey Memorial Library (Villanova University)
Brief video covering how to cite books in MLA Style Composed by Osterle Library (North Central College)  
The MLA Handbook (8th ed.) and the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing (3rd ed.) are the final authority in determining how to cite/format your sources, and are available in the University Library Reference and Reserves collections. Some useful sites with examples and assistance... more
The first printing of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) included a significant number of minor errors. The 2nd and subsequent printings (including all of the copies available in the University Library) do not contain theses errors.   How to... more
Access Full Library Edition of EasyBib    |       Video Tutorial   CSU Stanislaus EasyBib users should attach their login to the library's new EasyBib EDU account: Use the Stan State Coupon Code Instructions (stanica465) to... more
The Chicago Manual of Style is the final authority in determining how to cite/format your sources, and is available online and in print via the University Library. Some useful sites with examples and assistance: Full manual available online and in the Library: The Chicago Manual of Style (... more
The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) is the final authority in determining how to cite/format your sources, and is available in the Library Reference and Reserves collections. The sites linked below provide some useful examples and/or assistance.  EasyBib... more

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