NPS Department/Program Citation Styles: This pdf lists department requirements and other information related to citation styles.
NPS Dudley Knox Library: The library's citations libguide provides extensive guidance on a number of citation styles, with a special emphasis on citing government sources and other items of common relevance to NPS research areas:
- Main library citations page, organized by citation style
- Citation Tools
Thesis Processing Office: The thesis processors are experts at supporting students in their efforts to cite correctly, from teaching principles to providing reference materials, from knowing style formatting rules to providing BibText files for IEEE and Informs in the LaTeX template.
- Four "Citing Responsibly" guides:
- Borrowing Figures and Tables Fairly
- Citing Bulleted and Numbered Lists
- Citing Equations in IEEE
- Using Signal Phrases Effectively
- Self-plagiarism (how to reuse your own previously published work)
- Advice for Acing Your iThenticate Plagiarism Review
- Have questions about use of iThenticate at NPS? See our iThenticate FAQs.
Additional Citation-Style Resources
- AGU Grammar and Style Guide. American Geophysical Union.
- AIAA Manuscript Preparation Kit (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics).
- AMS Authors' Guide. American Meterological Society.
- APA Style Guide. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
- APA Style Guide to Electronic References. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
- APA 6th Edition: Citing Web Sources: Organizational, Governmental & Legal. Towson University, Albert S. Cook Library, Reference Department.
- ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers).
- Chicago-style Citation Quick Guide. University of Chicago.
- Chicago Manual of Style Online. 16th. University of Chicago.
- Turabian, Kate L. A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertation, 7th ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
- Turabian Quick Guide. For source types not listed in the Quick Guide, consult a hard-copy version of Turabian or the Chicago Manual of Style Online (link above).