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LOGAN UNIVERSITY Library Research Guides
The aim of this research guide is to assist with the citation of sources.
There are different citation styles depending on the type of material you are writing. Logan University uses APA Style.
American Psychological Association (APA) Style is mainly for education and psychology literature.
American Medical Association (AMA) Style is generally used for other medical literature.
National Library of Medicine (NLM) Style is often used for biomedical literature.
Websites of Interest
Logan Writing Center (LWC)
LWC can help with any stage of the writing process, from understanding the assignment to brainstorming to polishing a final draft.
Purdue Owl Online Writing Lab
This popular website is a go-to for students seeking help with general writing, subject-specific writing, research, and citations.
Guide to Grammar and Style: Jack Lynch
User-friendly alphabetized list of topics ranging from grammar and punctuation to word choice, thesis statements, and transitions.
Text a Librarian: 636-200-5426
How to use databases, locate full text and peer reviewed materials, and more.