How do I cite sources I find in GALILEO?


Many GALILEO databases have integrated citation tools to help users cite articles and other content.

When using these tools, double-check the database-generated citations to ensure they are correct. Capitalization, in particular, may not be in compliance with a particular citation guide.

Always follow your instructors’ requirements and suggestions, and check with them regarding any questions.

The citation guides below from Georgia State University can help researchers when writing citations/bibliographies:

Citation Styles LibGuide (Georgia State University)
APA Style for GALILEO Resources
MLA 8th Edition Citation Style
Chicago Citation Style
Turabian Citation Style
AMA Citation Style

GALILEO also provides access to two free tools that can help with bibliography management or creating citations.

PowerNotes provides a platform for users to highlight text on any website, take notes, and drop the content into your own research topics.

ZoteroBib is a free citation tool that assists users with creating and managing citations in a variety of formats (APA, MLA, and others).

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Last Updated: Mon, July 12, 2021 - 7:46:10