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Art: Cite sources

This guide can help you find resources to help you in your academic writing about art, your work on your artist's statement, and your studio practice.

How do I cite sources?

Disciplines use different style guides. Check with your professor or department if you are unsure of the citation style to use. Find your situation.

I need to cite my sources using APA style (social and natural sciences).
I need to cite my sources using MLA style (humanities).
I need to cite my sources using the Chicago style (humanities and social sciences).

Citing images

Images need to be cited properly, just like textual documents and web sites.  Use these helpful tools and guides to get started.

What is EndNote?

Link to EndNote WebEndNote Web is a web-based bibliographic management software for collecting and managing references
Available to all current CSUF students/faculty/staff on and off campus.  However, you might find that you need to register for the EndNote service while you are on campus.

Use EndNote Web to...

  • Import citations, along with the link to the full text, from library databases.
  • Organize citations in folders for access and use at any time
  • Create formatted reference lists in a variety of styles, including APA, MLA, Turabian/Chicago, ASA, and more.
  • Using Cite While Your Write, inserts proper in-text citations as you write the paper and add citations to the bibliography.

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