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Research Guides

Food and Agriculture Studies

Learning libguide on food studies research resources

Citation Styles

MLA Style Guides

Citation Generators

Books from the Library

APA Style Guides

Citation Machines

Books from the Library

Chicago Style Guides

Citation Machines

Books from the Library

NLM Style Guides

Vancouver Style Guides

Citation Machines

Books from the Library

IEEE Style Guides

Use LibrarySearch to Make Citations

You can get an instant formatted citation for most items in the U of T Library's LibrarySearch. 

  1. Find the item in LibrarySearch.
  2. Select the item title.
  3. Navigate to the options available under the "Send to" heading. 
  4. Select Citation.
Screenshot of LibSearch results for the book "How to be an antiractist".

Managing Citations

Citation management software can help you save time by gathering your citations in one spot and helping you format the information correctly in your paper. Gerstein Library has a good overview of citation management software.

U of T Libraries provides you with free access to the bibliographic software tool RefWorks as long as you're at U of T? Consult our RefWorks guide for more information.

Academic Integrity

The University of Toronto is committed to the values of independent inquiry and to the free and open exchange of ideas. Academic integrity underpins these values and is thus a core part of the University’s commitment to intellectual life. Extending beyond our immediate intellectual community of students, faculty, and staff at the University of Toronto, our intellectual community embraces all who have contributed to the sum of human knowledge.

Read more about Academic Integrity.