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CN6381 - Methods of Research

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Citation Sources


In Print in the Blume Library

Discover: Locating Citations

Discover and PsycINFO, or any EBSCO database, includes Work Cited citations that you can copy and paste.  You will find citations when you click on a specific article or book record. The Cite tool is on the right side. Click on it and copy and paste whatever citation style you need.  Note: You will still need to add parenthetical citations in your paper.  Or, use a tool like Zotero to manage your citations.

image from Discover showing the Cite feature on a book record

Zotero

Zotero iconTake a look at the Zotero page for information about this free, open-source software program. I encourage you to download and use Zotero to manage your research process, including source collection and citation in papers and projects. 

You can find out more about Zotero by clicking on the word in the side navigation menu.