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Human Nutritional Sciences: Citing & Writing Tools

Research and study sources for the topics in Human Nutritional Sciences.

What is a DOI?

Some citation styles ask for a DOI or digitial object identifier.  Information on finding DOIs is available in the handout listed below. 

Tools for Managing References

Popular tools and software for storing articles and citations/references and for creating bibliographies or reference lists.

RefWorks

After careful consideration of usage statistics, cost-analysis, and a review of currently available alternative products, the University of Manitoba Libraries has decided to end its subscription to RefWorks.  Please contact Citation.Management@umanitoba.ca for additional questions, assistance, or support.  To migrate any references from RefWorks to another reference manager consult the RefWorks Migration Guide.

Help with Specific Styles

Citing Government Documents

Writing Guides for Theses/Dissertations

Suggestions for Writing Theses and Dissertations (University of Manitoba Libraries)

Subject Guide

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Writing Tutors

Need help with writing papers? Visit the Academic Learning Centre located in 201 Tier Building, book your appointment online, or call 480-1481.