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* Religion and Theology: Citing your work

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How the library can help

Citing your work is more than just making a bibliography! This page contains tools that will save you time, keep you organized, and provide a necessary back-up for the work you've done. 

Citation managers like RefWorks, EndNote, Mendeley and Zotero help you track and organize your citations, so that when you're writing your paper, you can easily cite your sources. Citation managers also help you insert citations, create endnotes and bibliographies. 

Need more help formatting or using citations? The River Campus Libraries and the Writing, Speaking and Argument Center can help. Whether you need a quick help sheet, or an appointment with a writing consultant, there are many resources available. 

Citation Managers

Writing and Citing Help at UR

Most theological schools use Turabian as their citation style - here's a link to Concordia University's helpful guide to using Turabian: 

For some easy to use guides to citing in MLA, APA and other popular citation styles, go to our Writing and Citing page: