Print resources are available in the Knowledge Commons (Level 2) of the Marriott Library
Many instructors require students to create citations for a bibliographies and to write and format a paper according to a particular style. The most popular style guides are APA, Chicago, and MLA style. Other style guides include:
Although the complete MLA style manual is not available online, many organizations and idividuals have created Web sites with helpful information about the MLA style. Below are several of the best.
EndNote, EndNote Basic, and Zotero are bibliographic management programs that help you manage, store, and organize references.
EndNote remains the favored, time-saving solution for organizing references and creating instant bibliographies.
EndNote Basic (formerly known as EndNote Web) is free for U of U students, staff, and faculty.
NoodleTools is free for U of U students, staff, and faculty.
Zotero (Standalone and Firefox plug-in)