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Guide to searching nursing-related resources.

RefWorks

RefWorks  is an online bibliographic management program that allows users to create a personal database of references and generate bibliographies in a variety of formats.  Click on the icon below to go to RefWorks.  NOTE: A valid UTEP e-mail address (".utep.edu") is required for new account set-up.                

 

Click on the links below to see video tutorials on how to use RefWorks:

How to Create a RefWorks Account

Learn to Use RefWorks in 20 Minutes

RefWorks Fundamentals

RefWorks Advanced Features

RefShare:Sharing Your RefWorks References
 

Citing Your Sources

Citing your sources is an important part of the writing process. Documenting your sources gives credit to authors whose thoughts and ideas you have incorporated into your work. By citing your work, you will strengthen your position and show the depth of your research. Most importantly, proper citation will help you avoid plagiarism.

There are hundreds of citation styles, please verify the citation format that your professor expects you to use. The most common citation formats for the health sciences is the  American Medical Association (AMA), and the  American Psychological Association (APA). 

For more information on how to cite using AMA, please see the AMA Style Citation LibGuide created by UTEPLibray or the Citation Help for AMA created by College of St. Scholastica Library.

For more information on how to cite using APA, please see the APA Style Citation LibGuide  created by UTEP Library or the APA LibGuide created by Zayed University Library. You can also view the APA Style Tutorial created by APA.

Citation Manuals

The latest editions of most cititng manuals are located in the Reference Desk. They are only to be used in the library ask for a copy to a librarian.

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