What kind of sources should you cite?
ACRL defined Scholarly Communication as "the system (i.e. formal and informal communication) through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality, disseminated to the scholarly community, and preserved for future use".
We provide these Research Support services:
Find out the citation style that your department or lecturer prefers. Once you have determined the style to follow, use it consistently in your paper, bibliography or reference list.
For resources on popular citation styles, click on the styles listed below :
Zotero is a free bibliographic citation management software that allows you to save, collect, manage, cite, and share research sources.
Zotero is available either as a Firefox extension or as standalone software that works with Firefox, Chrome and Safari browsers. It works right in your browser, making it easy to save you citations while you search. Use the Zotero word processor plugins to easily cite your sources and create a bibliography while you work. For further details, please refer to Zotero guide.
EndNote is a bibliographic management software that:
EndNote software is available to NUS staff and students free of charge for both Windows and Mac users. For further details, please refer to EndNote guide.