E-resources include databases, websites, e-journals, and e-books that are accessed through OneSearch, the A-Z Databases List, Research Guides, etc.
Source: Swobodzinski, M., & Jankowski, P. (2015). The Role of Location and Cost in Individual Choices of Transportation Improvement Projects. Professional Geographer, 67(4), 527–540. https://doi-org.libproxy.sdsu.edu/10.1080/00330124.2015.1069123
Style Manuals and Citation Formats
Guide to preparing research papers in a particular field of study, especially how to cite the books, journal articles, etc. that you used. It is important that you give complete information about the source in question so that the reader of your paper can find it. Instructors will generally tell you which citation style to use in your research paper.
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