UW Tacoma Citation & Writing Guide - Citation style guides, management tools, writing/grammar guides and links to the UWT Teaching and Learning Center.
UW Health Sciences: Cite Data - Resources to support research data citation needs in for health sciences.
UW Citation Guides for Government Publications - A source with help for citing government publications in a number of different citation styles.
UW Tacoma Image Citation Guide - Image citation information for a number of different citation styles.
It doesn't matter whether you use citation management software, a hand-written log, or something in-between, just make sure you meticulously organize and track your sources and citations. This will allow you to easily:
Using a program called a citation manager will help you by keeping your articles all in one place and is the recommended method for citation management. UW-supported citation managers include:
RefWorks - The standard for UW students. Available to you through a UW subscription.
EndNote - The basic version is also available to you through a UW subscription.
Mendeley - A free citation management system.
Zotero - A free citation management system.
Which program will work best for you? Check out this comparison chart.