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TARTS 364 Feminist Drama: Getting help

Getting help

Hours for the Library and Reference

Citing a source

Citations are a means of giving credit where credit is due. Different subject disciplines call for citation information to be written in very specific formatting.

1. From the UW Libraries homepage, under 'Start Your Research,' click Citation Guides & Management.


2. Select the citation style of your choice.

Citation Styles Guide

Tip: Don't see the style you want? Click "Other Citation Styles" for more options.


Alternatively, if your search provided an item you want to cite, you can click on the quotations icon or the more options icon.

screenshot of how to access citation help during a search

Clicking on the quotations or more options icon will provide a more detailed display and provide access to several citation management style choices. You can copy your selection from the on screen clipboard. 

screenshot of citation help from search


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Additional Citation Resources

Requesting material from another library

When using UW Libraries Search, it is possible that you'll find a book or article that is unavailable. If this happens, you can request the item and obtain access within a matter of days, thanks to our partnerships with other "Summit" libraries around the region, and within libraries around the world!

1. When an item is unavailable in UW Libraries Search, the status will be displayed in the result list in an orange text directive to check the request options.

Unavailable Print Book:

screenshot of unavail book

Unavailable Journal Article:

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2. Click Check request options/Check availability " and select your desired request option.

Tip: You will be prompted to login with your UW NetID and password to view request options.

Book Request Options:

screenshot of unavailable book options
Tip: Print items will be available to pick up from a UW Libraries location. You will be notified of the item's arrival via email.


Article Request Options:

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Tip: Article Scan Requests will open an Interlibrary Loan "Article Request" form in a new window. Once the request is processed a PDF of the article will be delivered to the email you provide in the request form.

Contacting Your Librarian

Email Alaina:

or, book a 30 minute one-on-one appointment here: