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The Research Hub

For current AES and FYS Courses and a great starting point for anyone's research.

Library Treasure Hunt Directions

FOR LIBRARY TREASURE HUNTERS: Congrats! You made it to the final clue. Write down the code 777 for Question 9. Then find librarian Katherine Hooker (office 103C), show your completed booklet, and ask about collecting your prize. Come back to this page for research help. Thanks for completing the scavenger hunt, and enjoy your library to the fullest!

A style manual provides direction on all aspects of the writing process, from the ethics of authorship to the word choice that best reduces bias in language. It also has examples of citations for different types of resources. 

Many academic disciplines have their own style guide. Some journals even have their own specific style. Ask your professor what style they want you to use for your paper/project.

For more information, see the individual tabs for specific styles above, or use the printed style manuals shelved in the library's Research Commons. 

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) is the standard citation style used in physics and some engineering courses.