The latest print edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is available in most of the University Libraries reference collections under the call number BF 76.7 .P83.
Due to rising costs and relatively low usage, the WMU Libraries have decided not to renew the subscription to RefWorks when it expires June 30, 2017. This guide gives information on this transition and assistance for current users to migrate their data to an alternative system. Users have 18 months past this date to contact ProQuest, who can extract the data in RIS format.
We are recommending either Mendeley or Zotero as excellent options for current users of RefWorks. There may be other options users may consider as well. Use the links below to get to more information on each system, tutorials, videos, and migration information. Directions are available on each page for exporting database from RefWorks into one of these recommended systems.
Your instructor usually determines which style guide he or she wants you to use in your papers. If you don't know--ASK!
The online guide provides detailed examples on proper style and formatting for print and electronic articles, theses, dissertations, books, and more.
Print copies are still available at the Waldo Library Central Reference Desk Collection, Education Library and Music and Dance Library at Call Number Z 253 .C57.
. The latest print edition of the MLA Handbook is available in most of the University Libraries reference collections under the call number LB 2369 .G53.