Click on the link below to find basic information on nearly any topic, via general and specialized encyclopedias and other reference sources.
The following book series provide background information and multiple viewpoints on a variety of issues. The link will launch Search@UW and give you a list of titles from the series on a wide range of subjects. You might also try searching for your topic combined with the name of the series title.
Provides helpful examples of how to cite sources in a variety of styles. Source: EasyBib Scholar Space
This comprehensive site contains overviews of different citation styles, especially APA and MLA. Source: Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Provides links to a number of style guides, including tips on quoting and paraphrasing sources. Source: UW-Madison's Writing Center
A resource for how to cite sources using APA, Chicago Style, CSE, MLA, and Turabian. Source: Duke University
Contains a useful guide that encompasses a variety of social media citations. Source: teachbytes
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