- Burman University Research Process Guide will provide direction on research and citation.
- University of Alberta: Augustana Quickguides will provide you with excellent outlines for most major citation styles.
- OWL Purdue will provide deep outlines for APA, MLA, and Chicago Style.
- MHRA Style Guide can be downloaded (free of charge) from its homepage.
- World Book Academic has a citation generator.
- Son of Citation Machine is also a citation generator.
Use your @burmanu.ca email to sign up for Grammarly, an online proofreading tool that checks your grammar, punctuation, and style. Make sure you get the most out of Grammarly by using their plugins and extensions:
Zotero is a full citation management tool that allows you to collect and organize a research library, and then generate citations from what you've accumulated. It is a very fast product which will save you a lot of time once you've learned how to use it. To learn how to use it and get it, go here.
A powerful knowledge organization tool, Citavi allows you to import and analyze research to give you more control over your projects. It also features the ability to export citations and create bibliographies.
Go here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3vbWIcljDQ) to get a brief overview of its potential.
Go here (https://citavi.com/burmanu) to sign up for it and get your license key.
Go here (https://www.citavi.com/en/download.html) to download Citavi.