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BIO 2430: Human Physiology and Anatomy: Cite Your Sources

Writing & Citation Style Guides

Texas State University librarians have created a guide compiling guides regarding different citation styles, including information on the citation style for the Annals of the Association of American Geographers (AAG).

AAG is based on the Chicago Manual of Style

Citation Management

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?

 

  • Organize your research Include citations while you write your paper
  • Build a bibliography in a variety of formats
  • Import references from library databases and Google Scholar.

Understanding a Journal Citation

You'll see something like this:

It's important to know the parts of a citation so you can interpret it correctly. You must have at least the Journal name, volume, issue, and page number to be able to locate the article.

Print Style Manuals in the Library

Print copies of the APA, MLA, and Turabian style manuals are kept at the 2nd floor Ask Us Desk

You can also search the Library Catalog for available copies to check out.

Citing Sources: Getting More Help