The following are links to style guides that describe how to
correctly format academic papers and document sources. Consult
with your instructor or publisher on which style is appropriate
for your project. Print versions can also be found by searching
in the Libraries' catalog
under the relevant title (i.e., The MLA Style Guide,
The AIP Style Manual, etc.).
ACS Style Guide
- The 2006 third edition - information needed to write,
review, submit, and edit scholarly and scientific
- The Fourth Edition of the American Institute of Physics
Manual of Style, Quick Reference
- Common citation formats from the American Medical
Association's style guide.
Formatting and Style Guide
- Purdue University's adaptation of the American
Psychological Association's Style Guide
APA Style Guide to Electronic References
- The official APA publicaction on citing ebooks,
ejournals, and Internet information sources.
Chicago Manual of Style Online
- Provides information on manuscript preparation,
punctuation, spelling, quotations, captions, tables,
abbreviations, references, bibliographies, notes, and
indexes, with sections on journals and electronic media.
Council of Science Editors (SCE) Style Guide
- Ohio State University's guide to the CSE style.
Formatting and Style Guide (Purdue Online Writing
- Purdue University's adaptation of the Modern Language
Association's style guide
Turabian Citation Style
- Brief version of the Turabian's A Manual for Writers
of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 6th ed.