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How to Cite Your Sources

The Library offers these resources to help you document your sources correctly. Always follow your teacher's instructions, and use open-web citation generators with care. Creighton students have access to RefWorks, a web-based tool for creating and managing your bibliographies.

Creighton Quick Style Guides

APA Style Guide, American Psychological Association (PDF)

MLA Style Guide, Modern Language Association (PDF)

Turabian / Chicago Style Guide (PDF)

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Other Style Guides

AAA Style Guide (American Anthropological Association)

ASA Quick Style Guide, American Sociological Association (PDF)

AMA Manual of Style, American Medical Association (CU login required)

Chicago Manual of Style (CU login required)

Academic Honesty

Plagiarism is the intentional misrepresentation of someone else's words or ideas as your own. For more information, consult your syllabus or the links below.