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APA Style (American Psychological Association)

Chicago Style

Electronic Styles

  • Electronic styles: a handbook for citing electronic information
    PN171.F56 L5 1996 (2nd Ed.)
    Locations: Reference Collection, and Idaho Falls.


MLA Style (Modern Language Association)

Other Citation Assistance

Other Styles

ACS Style (American Chemical Society)

  • ACS Style Guide: Effective Communication of Scientific Information
    QD8.5 .A25 2006
    Location: Reference Desk

AIP Style (American Institute of Physics)

AMA Style (American Medical Association)

AMS Style (American Mathematical Society)

APSA Style (American Political Science Association)

ASA Style (American Sociological Association)

CSE Style (Council of Science Editors) [Previously the CBE (Council of Biology Editors)]

Columbia Guide to Online Style

Engineering Style

  • Engineering Style Manual (Idaho State University, School of Engineering, 1977)
    LB2369 .I32 1977
    Location: Reference Collection

Gregg Reference Manual

  • Gregg Reference Manual
    PE1479.B87 S23
    Location: Reference Desk

Microsoft Technical Style

  • Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical Publications
    T11 .M467
    Location: Reference Collection

Science and Technical Writing

  • Science and Technical Writing: A manual of Style
    T11 .S378
    Location: Reference Collection

Turabian Style

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