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Citing & writing: Business information resources

Citing Business sources

These sites provide guidance on citing business sources not usually covered in general style manuals, e.g., statistics from sources such as our Passport GMID database.

Citing general sources

  • SFU Library guides to common citation styles in research: APA | MLA | Chicago/Turabian
  • SFU Library plagiarism guide: Discusses what plagiarism is and how you can avoid it. Includes a plagiarism tutorial to test yourself on the topic of plagiarism.
  • Search the APA Style Blog for answers to commonly asked questions.
  • The Purdue OWL online writing lab is a good resource - check out their FAQs
  • Citation or reference management tools collect your journal article, book, or other document citations together in one place, and help you create properly formatted bibliographies in almost any style — in seconds.  Citation management tools help you keep track of your sources while you work and store your references for future use and reuse

Writing

Further resources

  • See the SFU Library's Citations & Style Guides for further information on citation styles and guides to writing.
  • Use the Assignment Calculator to help you break down your writing assignments into a series of manageable steps. All you need to get started is the date your assignment is due.