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ARTS 574 - Architectural History - Verrot (UNH Durham): Writing & Citing

Revision being created for Trevor Verrot's class for Spring 2014

Writing and Referencing Guide Books

It is strongly suggested that you use one of these writing and citation reference books for this course.  These books are available for use in the Visual Resource Center, or from the Research Center desk in Diamond Library, which will be noted below. The Visual Resource Center is located at A205E in the Paul Creative Arts Center, and is open Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm.

  • A Short Guide to Writing About Art, Sylvan Barnett

        Available in the Visual Resource Center, and on Reserve in the Diamond Library

  • Students' Guide to Writing College Papers, Kate Turbian

        Available in the Visual Resource Center

  • A Manual for writers of research papers, theses, and dissertations: Chicago Style for students and researchers, Kate Turbian

        Available both on reserve and at the Research Center desk in the Diamond Library

  • Writing About Art, Henry Sayre

         Available in the Visual Resource Center and for regular loan in the Diamond Library

Chicago Citation Style Online Resources

RefWorks

RefWorks is a web based citation management and bibliography creator tool.

Why use RefWorks?  Because it can help you...

  • create bilbiographies and format citations in papers quickly, saving you time and effort;
  • create, organize, and manage your own personal database of articles and resources online, accessible from anywhere via the web, for one or more research projects;
  • import references easily from many databases;
  • share references with others; and
  • collaborate with others on one or more projects.

Create an account while you are connected to the UNH computer network, either on or off campus.

The video tutorials under the Help menu are very useful and recommended to help you get started. These are available once you have logged in to your account.

If you have an questions or need help on using Refworks please contact the Research Center desk.

Avoiding Plagiarism

Plagiarism is a very serious academic transgression. To learn more, check out the following resources: