Citation Style Guides
- In-Text Citation
- Usually come at the end of a text (essay or research report) and should contain only those works cited within the text
- Arranged by alphabetically
- Citation Styles
- A citation style defines the necessary information for a citation, how the information is ordered, and what format citations should follow.
- Generally, the citation style you use depends on your research area. Check with your instructor or supervisor if you are not sure which style you should use for your assignment. Some commonly used styles for different faculties are listed below:
- APA Style
- IEEE Style
- MLA Style
- Harvard Style
- Chicago Style
Citation Styles Training At UMP Library
UMP Library offers Citation Styles (APA Style) training to all library users. Please refer schedules at Library Portal / UMP E-Community.