Criminology: Citing & Writing
SFU Library regularly offers library research workshops.
Style guides and citing
- SFU Library Writing & style guides
- APA / MLA / Chicago / Turabian
- Legal Citation: Legal Research materials (from Queen's University)
- A manual for writers of term papers, theses, and dissertations, 7th edition [Turabian] LB 2369 T8 2007
- Canadian Guide To Uniform Legal Citation (copies in Reference, Stacks)
- SFU: School of Criminology, Term Paper Style Requirements
The new edition (6th) of APA requires a DOI (when available) when citing electronic versions of articles. Use crossref.org to search for DOIs in one place.
Use RefWorks to store your references online and create properly formatted bibliographies instantly by exporting citations from a variety of article indexes and databases into your free RefWorks account. See our RefWorks Help FAQs for more information.
The Student Learning Commons provides assistance and numerous, helpful writing handouts.
The unacknowledged use of other people's ideas or work, whether intentional or unintentional, is a serious academic offence. Plagiarism can be avoided through careful work habits. Learn more through the SFU Library's plagiarism guide and take our interactive tutorial Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism to test your knowledge.