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The following are a few selections of resources to assist you with your writing needs.

PTS Style Guide

PTS Sample Paper

APA (American Psychological Association style, via Purdue’s Writing Center)

Chicago Manual of Style - Online

EasyBib   Free automatic Bibliography and Citation Maker.

Mendeley a free reference manager & academic social network to help organize research, collaborate with others online & discover the latest research.

MLA (Modern Language Association style, via Purdue’s Writing Center)

Student Supplement for the SBL Handbook of Style

eturabian - intended to assist with properly citing resources. Grammar & plagiarism checks also available.

Zotero  Easy-to-use online tool to help you collect, organize, cite & share your research sources.

 

 

 

 

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