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Research Toolkit  

This research toolkit provides a collection of sources, tools, and information that you can use to produce a research study.
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Style Guides for Research Papers

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This page provides useful resources for understanding APA, Chicago, and MLA style formats. A number of reference management tools exist to both manage your bibliographies and streamline the process of citing sources.


Complete Style Guides and Tutorials

Citation Managers

Citation managers are tools to help you manage the resources you find in the course of your research. At minimum, they allow you to easily create accurately formatted bibliographies and in-text citations. The more robust tools also allow to keep your notes about your resources and copies of the documents all in one searchable place, often accessible in the cloud as well as from your personal computer.

The UNR Libraries support three citation managers. For assistance in using these tools, please contact the designated person, and keep your eyes out for workshops.

EndNote Web -- Amy Shannon

Zotero -- Rudy Leon

Mendeley  -- Ann Medaille


    Quick Ways to Create Citations

    • EasyBib  MLA (Fee required for APA, Chicago & Turabian.)
    • Style Wizard  APA
    • NoodleTools Express  APAChicagoMLA (No login required to create one citation at a time.)
    • Citation Machine   MLAChicagoTurabianNOT recommended for APA parenthetical style involving multiple authors

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