Using Sources and Citation Management Tools
- Schedule a tutorial meeting in-person or online with the Harvard Extension Writing Center.
- The Harvard College Writing Center offers a variety of help, including Strategies for Essay Writing and the Harvard Guide to Using Sources.
- Our Citation Tools FAQ provides help with organizing your sources and producing bibliographies. Our Zotero Guide offers detailed help with installing and using Zotero, which is one of the best tools for organizing your research and formatting citations. The guide also lists upcoming Zotero workshops.
- Research Management and Citation Tools at Harvard provides help with getting started with Zotero and EndNote citation tools, and also lists upcoming classes and workshops.
- Finding Your Voice: Understanding academic integrity and graduate writing at Harvard, Harvard Library tutorial
- Tips to Avoid Plagiarism, from the Extension School, provides a variety of helpful resources.
- Interrogating Texts is a helpful library guide offering six reading habits to develop.
Help Citing data:
- Using Data Citations: there can be some tricks to citing data but it is very important, particularly when the data were collected by someone else.
- Citing Data and Statistics from the University of Michigan. A good general overview and explanation of what is needed with examples from the the three major systems at the bottom.