Get Citations

This video outlines the many ways KU Libraries can help you cite your sources for your research projects.  

When writing a research paper, you will need to provide complete citations for each source you use and the library’s databases have many ways to help you out with this.  Creating and saving these citations as you find sources is useful because it allows you to simply copy and paste the citation into your paper when finished, saving you time in the process.  

 

Most of the library databases include a feature that allows you to select a specific citation style and have the citation generated for you.  You can either use it when you create the citation or you can save it for later use.  The library’s database also explains each citation style and how to correctly create it.  

 

If you have any further questions, click the Ask A Librarian button on the homepage for help.

 

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