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.
- SFU Library's Citation Guide for Business Sources (APA 6th ed.)
- SFU Library's Citing guide for Statistics Canada, PCensus, EStat, and CHASS data
- University of Michigan Library's Citation Help: check their section on "Other Types of Resources" for guidance on dealing with things like wikis, blogs, YouTube videos, and advertisements
- McGill Library's guide to Management & Business Sources Citation Style Guide using APA
- UBC 's David Lam (Business) Library: How to Cite 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
- Information on writing for university and two-page handouts about writing and are provided by the Student Learning Commons.
- The Business Writing Guide: library resources on Business writing from business memos to PhD dissertations.