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Art & Art History: Citations

Database Tools

Saving or copying citations: most databases have links to create or save citations to copy to your document or export to software such as EndNote.  Saving is different for every database vendor.  Look for commands such as "cite" or "export," or save and folder icons. 

Accounts:   Set up a personal account with your primary database.  This will let you set up email alerts on new research, save search strategies or access RSS feeds. Again, most databases have a mechanism for doing this, but it is different for each.  Feel free to contact me if interested!

Citation Management Software

Citation management software allows you to organize your citations by topic, class, or project and then quickly create a bibliography or cite a source within your paper.

Research Guides about Citation Management Software

Style Manuals

Chicago: 

APA:

Besides EndNote Web and the databases, there are a number of good style guide websites.  The library also has the print manuals of the major styles.  

MLA: