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You will want to follow your instructor's expectations when choosing which citation format to use. Students in the Culinology program are asked to use a specific citation style:
Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers, 7th ed.
Location: REF T11 .S386 2006
A copy of this manual is available at the Reference Desk and is for in-house use only.
OneSearch as well as most of the databases provides shortcuts to citations. When you identify a book or article you'll likely use in your paper or speech, look for a shortcut to the citation for that resource. It's usually there...and it can be a great time saver!
Note that the citations are not always 100% correct, but they are a good starting point and have the basic information you need to create a citation. Usually the errors have to do with capitalization, italics/underlining, or punctuation. Double-check them!
Take advantage of SMSU's Writing Center. It's housed on the 5th floor of the Library, but is also accessible online! This is a free service for SMSU students. Click the logo for more information.