If you are asking "How do I cite this?" then we are here to help you. The UGA Libraries provide resources and services to assist you in citing materials for your papers and projects.


Citation Style Guides

See our guides with helpful tips and examples for popular citation styles such as APA, MLA, Turabian, Chicago Style, and more.*

The entire Chicago Manual of Style is now also available in GALILEO (access restricted to UGA affiliates).

* The full versions of the APA Style Manual and the Turabian Style Manual are temporarily available for free through RedShelf. During the COVID-19 outbreak, RedShelf is providing free access to eBooks for the rest of the semester to ensure that students have access to their course materials. Each student may access up to seven free eBooks, and access will run through May 25, 2020.


Citation Management Tools

RefWorks and EndNote are two citation management tools provided through the UGA Student Technology Fee and the UGA Libraries. Both RefWorks and EndNote allow you easily to keep track of and organize your references, and then make it a snap to use those references to create citations and bibliographies in word processing software such as Word or Google Docs. See our online guide to RefWorks and EndNote to view helpful instructions or to request a one-on-one training session with a librarian.