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EDU 6180 - Understanding & Evaluating EDU Research: Citing Your Sources

This course guide has been created to help you with locating resources for your research and to help locate data sets for Education

Writing Help

Photo of Rose Frenzel Warner Writing and Critical Thinking CenterThe Rose Warner Writing and Critical Thinking Center is where all students, faculty and community members can receive free, collaborative feedback on any and all forms of writing. You can find out more information and even schedule an appointment on their website.

Citing Your Sources

In the School of Education, the citation style used the most is APA. The reason why is because Education falls under the large umbrella of Social Sciences. APA is the citation style used predominately in the Social Sciences. Use the following links to help you with proper APA writing, citing your sources, and locating answers to your questions. Feel free to contact Julie Rustad or the CSS Library if you need assistance with APA.

Bibliographic Citation Style Software

The College of St. Scholastica has subscribed to a Bibliographic Citation Style Software program. This software allows you to export citations from databases, as well as manually enter citations into the software. It will then format it into the citation style of your choice. It can also help you organize and manage your sources.