A citation includes all of the information that a person would need to find a particular resource. The specific requirements are different for different types of materials (books, articles, images, websites, etc.), but the general idea is the same – a citation gives enough information to locate a resource.
Citation is done for two basic reasons:
1. To give credit to the original authors/creators of the resource, and
2. To allow the reader/viewer to look to original sources for further investigation
Learning when and how to create proper citations is an essential step in becoming responsible scholars.
Visit the "Citation and Works Cited" page on this libguide for help with your bibliography. ** See tab above.
Here are some of our library's books about Greek Mythology.