Check out these sites for tips on citing sources:
Scientific styles and format for authors, editors and publishers:
Other commonly used styles:
BibTeX was created for use with LaTeX software, but now compatabile with other software. Widely used in math, science and engineering. More help can be found in the Rough Guide to BibTex and the UH Math Dept BibTeX guide.
A personal citation library designed to directly import references from multiple databases. In EndNote you can organize and manage your citations, share them with colleagues, and format bibliographies. Each record is linked to the original source, allowing for quick retrieval.
A personal citation library designed to directly import references from multiple databases and store PDFs. In addition to these capabilities, researchers can add annotation and tags to each record.
Google Scholar is an excellent tool for searching across a set of scholarly journals and books. If you use a citation tool like EndNote or RefWorks, you can also set your Scholar Settings to download and import citations to the tools directly.
You’ll see the EndNote link next to your search results. Click the link to download the citation, then open EndNote to import it.
If you have any more questions about Google Scholar, Ask a Librarian!