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Special Education

A guide outlining library resources and tools for students, staff, and faculty interested in special education.

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Writing and Citing

See the resources below for help in your writing and citing needs at Duquesne!

The Writing Center

The Writing Center offers free help to all students seeking improvement in writing tactics. Assistance is available on both a general scale as well as on a specified level for individual assignments.

Appointments can be in-person or virtual.

Citing

There are different citation styles that can be used to cite sources and format papers. Two of the more common citation styles in the education field are:

The American Psychological Association is the citation format used in many of the social sciences and even in the health fields.

The Modern Language Association is the format primarily used in the humanities for citing and formatting.

 

EndNote

Duquesne students, staff, and faculty have access to EndNote for free. See our EndNote resources below to learn more.

Duquesne-Specific Resources

Access the academic integrity and Copyright/Fair Use policies as well as writing resources provided by The Writing Center.