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Research Guides

ENGR 482: Ethics and Engineering - summer 2018

The How, What, and Why of Citing Sources (short video tutorial)

These tutorials were created by the engineering librarians and the FY Experience Librarian, Texas A&M University, University Libraries.

Citing Sources - Manage Citations

Texas A&M affiliates have free accessto RefWords (web-based) and EndNote (client-based), but the list below includes some other popular citation managers.

Advantages to using citation management software

  • Streamlines the management of your paper, article, dissertation, grant.
  • Software can be used to build a database of citations
    • manually add citations
    • export citations from an indexing/abstracting database (such as Compendex), or website
  • Interacts with word processing software to format in-text and references correctly using a specified format

Technical Writing Resources

The links below will take you to the full text of an e-book, or to a list of LibCat records for the editions owned by the Libraries. 

  • The library owns multiple editions of some of these books - resort the list to more easily find the newexst edition.

For e-book editions, click on the "internet access" link in the record to access the full text.

For print editions - when you click on the title below:

  • Use the location and call number to locate the edition you want.
  • Note Status (availability to determine if it is available for check-out..
  • NOTE: newest editions might be located in library other than Evans, AND/OR in Course Reserves.