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Manuals and Style Guides
You may pick the style guide you want to use for your project as long as you are consistent and clear with your citations. Here are some commonly used style manuals.
MLA handbook for writers of research papers by
Call Number: Univ. Library Ready Reference LB 2369 .G53 2009
Publication Date: 2009
This book may also be found in the University Library bookstacks under the same call number (4th Floor North). It can also be checked out for seven days from the Circulation desk.
The Chicago manual of style
Call Number: Univ. Library Ready Reference Z 253 .U69
Publication Date: 2010
This book may be found under the same call number in the Marx Library Bookstacks on the 4th Floor South. It may also be checked out for seven days from the Circulation desk.
Elements of Style
Strunk and White's The Elements of Style is a classic guide to good, clear and concise writing. Referring to it can help you make sure your writing is accessible to your readers.
- The Elements of Style online: http://www.bartleby.com/141/
- The Elements of Style in the Marx Library: Marx Library Bookstacks PE 1408 .S772 2009 (4th Floor South) or Marx Library Ready Reference PE 1408 .S772 2005 (2nd Floor North)