Citation Style Sheets
For individualized assistance with any step in the writing process please contact the University of South Carolina Writing Center.Citation Guides
- Basic Legal Citations -- Online guide on how to cite the most widely cited forms of legal material. Based on third edition of the ALWD Citation Manual and keyed to The Bluebook (2005 edition); courtesy of Peter W. Martin, Legal Information Institute, Cornell University Law School.
- Citation Guides for Electronic Documents -- links to many style guides and resources on the Internet, courtesy of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA).
- Citing ERIC Documents -- provides example citations and instructions for citing ERIC documents in MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.
- Electronic Reference Formats Recommended by the American Psychological Association -- a guide for citing email communications, Web sites, articles in online databases, and more -- APA style.
- EndNote -- Support for configuring and using EndNote with the library catalog and databases.
- RefWorks -- Online vendor support including tutorials and FAQs.
- ProCite -- Vendor technical support page which includes a listing of database services whose records can be imported.
- Zotero -- Free, open source Firefox extension for bibliographic reference mangement. Can integrate with Microsoft Office and OpenOffice.
- American Heritage Guide to English Usage -- "A Practical and Authoritative Guide to Contemporary English." (This is the 1996 ed.; made available by Project Bartleby.)
- Guide to Grammar and Writing -- Prepared by a Professor of English and Humanities for English courses at Capital Community-Technical College (Hartford, CT). Includes information about proper sentence structure, paragraph development, principles of composition, and more. This site is searchable and has an excellent subject index and FAQ page.
- Strunk's Elements of Style -- "aims to give in brief space the principal requirements of plain English style...(and) the rules of usage and principles of composition most commonly violated." (This is the 1st ed., 1918; made available by Project Bartleby.)