- RefWorks: Pacific licenses this for our users! RefWorks is a web-based personal database for storing and organizing citations and creating easy bibliographies. See our RefWorks Guide for more information.
- EndNote Web: Available to all Pacific users.
- Mendeley: A reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.
- Zotero: A firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources from your computer's browser.
This page will help you access info on properly citing your sources.
To get started, choose one of the tabs above.
Check with your instructor if you are not sure which citation style you should be using.
If you are having trouble figuring out how to cite your sources, or if you need more information than is provided here, ask a librarian for assistance.
Citing Primary Sources
If your primary source has not been published, look for examples of unpublished materials: photos, books (diaries, scrapbooks, etc.)
If your primary source has been reproduced in a book or article that has been published, look for examples of indirect citation.
For more information about documenting primary sources, see our Guide to Primary Sources.