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CITING SOURCES RESEARCH GUIDE: MS Word Help

This guide provides information on citing your sources in some of the most commonly used citation formats: APA, MLA, ASA and Chicago.

Word ~ Creating Bibligraphies & Formatting

LinkedIn Learning (Lynda) Tutorials

Information & Login: LinkedIn Learning from IS.

Your account uses single sign-on to access Lynda tutorials. LinkedIn Learning is now available at no cost to all UR faculty, staff and students taking courses for credit (full-time and part-time). Taught by accomplished instructors and recognized industry experts, this is a high-quality resource that offers 24/7 learning, thousands of courses, exercise files to use while learning, full text transcriptions, certificates of completion, and all of it is mobile-friendly.

 

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