This page contains links to tutorials, books, and other resources that can help you understand how to cite materials and write successfully in an academic environment. Links are also provided to relevant materials within the Libraries' collections.
Expansive Resource: The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University provides online writing resources and instructional material as a free service. Students, members of the community, and users worldwide will find information to assist with many writing projects.
On Campus: Offers free tutoring to all UNT students, in all disciplines, and at all stages of their academic careers. Tutoring is available in person or online. The UNT Writing Lab website also includes a number of helpful pages on grammar, punctuation, technical writing, citations, etc.
Scholarly & Professional Style Manuals
These pages provide you with information about the recommended styles of universities, publishing houses, and professional organizations, as well as helpful external links for additional help.
The most frequently used styles used for scholarly writing are:
Style Manuals by Name & Field
Guidance for Special Materials
Citation Generators and Research Management Tools
There are many software applications available to help you format citations and bibliographies or maintain a list of references for a research project. This Tutorial offers tips/tricks and advice on using some of these tools.