Have a lot of citations you want to enter in your works cited/references list? Try a citation manager.
Do you need the Web or Desktop version?
This very handy button appears on the right side of the screen once you have opened an article in a research database. Click it and citations in various styles will be generated for the article that you have opened. Remember: This is just a starting point for adding the citation to your research paper. Double check the citation for accuracy. There are often mistakes!
This is a citation for a journal article. If you have a citation and need to find the article, start with the yellow journal title section. You'll also need volume number and issue number.
View the 11th edition online or see the 11th edition print copy available in the RRC Library, Avery 255.
Need help with citing sources or writing in general? Contact the University Writing Center for a Zoom appointment.
Also, the Student Learning Assistance Center (SLAC) in San Marcos offers online assistance with writing to Round Rock Campus students. Submit your paper for review to SLAC OWL. See SLAC documentation for AMA citation reference sheets.