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EC 200 - Introduction to Economic Perspectives: Home

Articles and Online Research

Data Sources

Chicago Style Citation

There are several resources for learning to cite in Chicago style, or for checking your citations.

The library has a copy of the most recent Chicago Style Manual:

Students may also access our online tutorial for citing sources: 

Finally, the library pays for students to have access to Noodle Tools, a web application which can be used to generate citations, create bilbiographies, and more. Noodle Tools can be accessed from your Google account or through our library database link, below:

Writing Center

The Writing Center is the only academic support unit on campus specifically designed to promote your development and success as a college writer. The consultant team is available to assist you in person and online with writing projects for any course and any level of instruction. The Writing Center also offers specialized assistance for multimodal compositions or new media projects like digital narratives, blogs, websites, slideware presentations, and even YouTube videos.

Writing Center

Visit the Writing Center website for current hours. Below are the hours writing tutors are in the library:

Hamersly Library, Room HL 116
7:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m.
Walk-in sessions only: First come, first served


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