Category Archives: mla/apa/turabian

Fabulous website for help with CSE citation style

Chances are, you’ve heard of theĀ APA, MLA, and perhaps even Chicago/Turabian styles. These are guidelines for how to properly cite your sources and format your research paper. In general, if your major is in the social sciences (education, sociology, psychology) … Continue reading

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Marygrove Library resources go viral!

Well, almost viral… On June 22, a librarian from Kaplan University Hagerstown sent the Marygrove librarians this question via our Email-A-Librarian service. He wrote: I would like permission to link to your APA website on our library research page. This … Continue reading

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APA and MLA workshops

Beginning with the Fall 2009 semester, the Marygrove Library will offer workshops on MLA and APA style. These will be practical, hands-on workshops designed to give you greater confidence in using these styles. You can choose to attend either an … Continue reading

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Updated Quick Reference Guides Now Available

Updated Quick Reference Guides on using Marygrove email, Marygrove printing accounts, and APA formatting in Microsoft Word are available today. You can access these and all of the guides and tutorials available through the library at the Quick Reference Guides … Continue reading

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