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EndNote Web

EndNote Web is a web-based tool that assists users in generating citations and formatting bibliographies.  This tool is available for free to PNW students, faculty, and staff.  Registration is required for first-time users.

For on campus users, go directly to the MyEndNote Web Login and click on "Sign Up for Account."  Your affiliation with Purdue University Northwest will be authenticated by the IP address.

For off campus users,  Web of Science, and login to the Web of Science.  You can select the My EndNote Web tab at the top of the screen and then select Register. After registering an account, you can access EndNote Web from any computer (on campus or off campus) with your user name and password.

Why Do We Cite?

Citation styles

There are quite a few ways to cite resources in your paper. The citation style usually depends on the academic discipline involved.

APA (American Psychological Association)  often used by Education, Psychology, and Sciences.

MLA (Modern Language Association)  typically used by the Humanities.

Chicago Style (University of Chicago Press)  generally used by History, Business, and some of the Fine Arts.

Check with your instructor to make sure that you are using the appropriate style. And whatever style you choose, be consistent!

APA Style

Purdue Online Writing Lab(OWL) - APA Formatting and Style Guide.

Title: Publication manual of the American Psychological Association. (6th ed.)

Location: Reference

Call Number: BF76.7 .P83 2010



Purdue Online Writing Lab(OWL) - MLA Formatting and Style Guide

Title: MLA handbook (8th ed.)

Hammond Location: Stacks

Westville Location: Reference

Call Number: LB2369 .G53 2016


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