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Medical Laboratory Science: Citations

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What's in a citation?

Most citations include the following information:

  • Author(s) (Either a person, an organization or corporate author.)
  • Title
  • Source (Such as place of publication and publisher for books; or title, volume, issue number, and pages numbers for periodicals.)
  • Date
  • URL (Uniform Resource Locator) for Internet sources

Information is arranged based on the type of material. Some citation types also include additional information.

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