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+ Health & Exercise Science Resources: Citing Sources

This guide will lead you to journal articles, books, websites, and other resources for researching health & human performance.

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UST Writing CenterWould you like some expert assistance with writing and editing your paper? 

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Purdue OWL

Purdue Online Writing Lab

For help creating citations for your list of references, choose the appropriate Reference List from the menu on the left.

New RefWorks

The New RefWorks

Use RefWorks to keep track of resources you find in your research, and to create your bibliography when finished.

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RefWorks: Cite in Microsoft Word

SAVE TIME! Use the Cite in Microsoft Word add-on. Here's a brief tutorial.

Why Use RefWorks?

RefWorks allows you to:

1. Store information about the references you've gathered from different databases.

2. Create citations for the references you've gathered in your preferred citation style.

3. Insert citations directly into a Word document using the Write 'n Cite tool.

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