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Creating a Manufacturing & Automation Relative Merits Report: Citing Resources

This guide will provide links and information centered on the field of manufacturing and automation, which have been organized to help you plan, research, and write your report.

Citation Resources

The Reg Erhardt Library maintains citation guides covering several citation styles for use in writing your report, including:

IEEE (2014 edition)

APA (6th edition)


For additional information on IEEE and APA citation, you can also consult:

Murdoch University's IEEE Style Guide

The Purdue OWL APS Style Guide


As with all assignment requirements, always remember to check first with your assignment instructions or instructor regarding which citation format to choose.

Additional Citation Tools

The following tools will also help to generate your citations, but should always be checked with the appropriate style guide:

Library Search In-Record Citation:

When viewing the detailed record for a book or article, click the "Cite" button in the column labelled "Tools" to recieve a formatted citation for your resource.

Microsoft Word Citation Generator:

Microsoft Word allows you to manage sources, entering each item into a series of textboxes, one section at a time.  For assistance using this feature, please consult the Microsoft Word product feature guide on their website.


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