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Online Bibliography and Literature Review Guides
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Get Lit: The Literature Review
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Research and Writing Guides
|Research and Documentation Online
by Diana Hacker is a comprehensive guide to writing, research, and citation for the Humanities, Social Sciences, History, and Sciences.
OWL at Purdue: Online Writing Lab
OWL: APA general style and format guidelines
APA (American Psychological Association) style is most commonly used to cite sources within the social sciences. This resource, revised according to the 6th edition, is the one currently used by many Colorado College professors.
OWL Guidelines: Citing Electronic Sources (APA)
Be sure to scroll down (past the general guidelines) to locate the specific electronic media you are citing (ie, website, web page, article in magazine, or article in a journal, etc.)
OWL Annotated Bibliography Samples
OWL offers samples of annotated bibliographies for APA, MLA, and CMS citation styles. These are just for comparison; be sure to follow the specific parameters provided in your assignment.
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