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Butler University Writers' Studio
For 30 years the Vivian S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series has regularly hosted public readings and Q&A sessions with some of the most influential people in contemporary literature.
Vist the Writers' Studio for assistance with every stage of the writing process. Their website also has podcasts and handouts about getting started, writing an essay, and plenty of other writing tasks. Click on the icon above to learn more.
Explains the basics of citing within your text. Includes examples for multiple authors and different types of sources.
Purdue OWL: Reference List Basics
Explains basic formatting rules for your references page. Then, once you are ready to create a reference entry for a source, use the menu on the left of the screen to select the right type of source (Articles in Periodicals, Books, Electronic Sources, Other Print or Non-Print Sources). This menu also includes helpful information about creating tables, PowerPoint presentations, and more.
University of Maryland University College: APA Citation Examples
Examples from UMUC. See also https://libguides.umgc.edu/apa-examples and https://libguides.umgc.edu/gethelp/writing-citing
Citing Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers
NorQuest College Library has developed a citation style for personal communication with Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers.