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EE 1201: Home

Objectives

By the end of this session, students will be able to:

  • identify and locate UT Arlington Library policies and services
  • differentiate between the content in the library catalog, scholarly databases, and the free web

Before You Begin Your Research

Finding Information

Publication Formats

RefWorks users will be happy to know that RefWorks provides support for formatting in IEEE style, including auto-creation of bibliographies. View the above screencast to see how to export records from IEEE Xplore into RefWorks. The following resources are for those who do not use RefWorks, or who wish to learn more about IEEE Editorial Style.

IEEE defers to the Chicago Manual of Style for additional rules on grammar and usage not included in their own style manual. UT Arlington Libraries have access to the Chicago Manual both online and in print, listed below.

RefWorks users will be happy to know that RefWorks provides support for formatting references in ACM style, including auto-creation of bibliographies. View the above screencast to see how to export records from the ACM Digital Library into RefWorks. The below resources are for those who do not use RefWorks, or who wish to learn more about ACM Editorial Style.

The ACM doesn't specify where to defer for additional style rules. Their reference examples closely follow APA format. If you are looking for style rules that do not correspond to the examples in their template, I recommend deferring to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association [APA Manual] for additional rules on grammar and usage. UT Arlington Libraries has access to the APA Manual only in print, listed below. We have the supplement APA Style Guide to Electronic References available online.

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