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Information Literacy 101 - The Basics of Using the Salmon Library

This guide is a collection of materials on the basic ways to use the library materials, including finding materials, citing materials, and so forth

Citation Styles

Scholarly research includes the work of reviewing existing books, articles, and other documents.  Scholars are expected to give credit to the authors of those previous works by properly citing those sources.

Publishers and professors in different areas of study will recommend (or require) different style formats.  If you do not know, check with your professor (or editor) what style you should use in your writing.

Use the following pages for more information about specific styles: