Does Ohio University Have Access to RefWorks?
In 2012, Ohio University Libraries stopped supporting RefWorks and now recommends the free citation manager, Zotero. To get started with Zotero, see our helpful guide.2
Why is it so important to cite my sources?
The following video discusses the importance of citing your sources in a research paper and provides some information to get you started citing your sources. If you are looking for information on how to cite your sources, check out our page on citation style manuals with links to sites that can help you with citations […]3
How do I read a Citation for a Book Chapter?
This video shows you how to read a citation for book chapters.4
How do I read a Citation for a Journal Article?
Reading a citation for a journal article.5
How do I get better at Reading Citations?
Learn how to read citations for books, book chapters and journal articles.6
How do I Evaluate Information and why do I want to?
In this video, librarian Sherri Saines talks about evaluating information sources.7
What is a DOI?
DOI stands for digital object identifier and is a unique number assigned to electronic journal articles and other electronic documents. The new APA citation rules call for this number to be used whenever it’s available instead of the URL. It is generally available for newer academic journal articles and may be found: at the top […]8
How can I get help formatting my citations?
If you are formatting citations for your paper and bibliography (or works cited), we have several tools to help you on our Citation Guides page.9
How do I read a Citation for a Book?
Reading citations for books. This video is released under Creative Commons license. You are welcome to use, redistribute, or remix it in any way you like, as long as you attribute us as the original creator. Faculty and instructors, please feel free to use this in your Blackboard. If you have any suggestions for future […]10
How Do I Read Citations for Book Chapters
This video shows you how to read a citation for book chapters. This video is released under Creative Commons license. You are welcome to use, redistribute, or remix it in any way you like, as long as you attribute us as the original creator. Faculty and instructors, please feel free to use this in […]