Information Literacy Module 2B:
Publication Formats and Citations
In this module, we will discuss the different formats of library resources. Scholars use a kind of shorthand to describe published works. We call this shorthand description of a publication a citation. This module will show you how to read a citation and how to tell the format of a publication from the citation.
If you need help with any of the information in this module, the Reference Librarians would be glad to give you some individual instruction!
Click to read this Module's goals and objectives.
- Read through the Publication Formats and Citations Tutorial. You will see examples of many different kinds of publications that you may use for your research papers. (Allow approximately 20 minutes.)
- Test your knowledge of publication formats and citations.
The quiz is available in the Assessments section of some online courses on Blackboard. Login to your online course, and look for the Assessment for Module 2B (Understanding Citations).
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Last updated: August 27, 2011