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This guide includes resources and information to help you in your library research for communication studies topics.
Last Updated: Sep 6, 2017 URL: http://libguides.udmercy.edu/CST Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Searching the Catalog

To find books in the UDM Libraries, start at the library homepage.  

Type "sports reporting" into the search box in the center of the page.

Note that the first book is available in the library stacks.

Click on the title for more information on the book, including the publisher and publication date.

Scroll down, and click on the author to find more books by the same author, or click on a subject to find more books on the same subject.

Click on the quotation mark icon to create a citation that you can cut and paste into your Bibliography or Works Cited list.

 Choose the citation style on the left.

 

 

 

McN Campus Library Directory

Collection (Shelving Location) Floor
  • Reference and Ready Reference
  • Career Collection
  • Video and DVD Collection
  • Reserves (Check Out Desk)
  • Microfiche and Microfilm
  • Michigan Core Collection (Ask at the Research Desk)
  • Archives (Ask at the Research Desk
  • Scanners, printers, binding
Main Level
  • Government Documents
  • Theses and Dissertations
  • Oversize Books
Lower Level
  • Architecture (NA call numbers)
  • Juvenile Collection
  • K-12 Collection

2nd Floor--                  Bargman Room

  • STACKS
    • Call numbers A - BR 62
    • BR 63 - HA 203
    • HA 204 - Z
  • .
  • 2A
  • 2nd Floor
  • Lower Level

Citing Books and eBooks

Remember to give credit to the original source when you use someone else's work or idea, whether you use a direct quote or paraphrase.  Most style guides require some form of citation in the text of your paper as well as at the end in a bibliography or list of references. 

  • Purdue Online Writing Center (OWL)
    The Purdue OWL offers detailed instructions and examples of how to write and cite in MLA or APA format.
  • BibMe
    This free website will automatically create citations for books, websites and articles. However, you may have to enter some information manually.
  • RefWorks
    RefWorks will actually format your entire paper, inserting quotations and creating a list of references at the end.
  • Citation Machine
    This free citation generator works for APA, MLA, Chicago, and many different styles.
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