The RRU Writing Centre has extensive online resources to help you learn more about academic writing; to get started, visit Where Are You in Your Writing Journey?
To see all the Writing Centre's online resources, please visit the Writing Centre's guides.
If you're a RRU student, you can also schedule individual appointments for personalized support; for more information, please visit Writing Centre Services.
Finally, if you're a RRU student and you have questions, please contact the Writing Centre.
The Writing Centre has extensive resources to assist students with citing sources correctly. Please visit APA Style (7th ed.) for an introductory video, as well as more information about the formatting, citing, and referencing rules.
If you are citing Canadian legal documents, please refer to the Legal Citation guide.
To search for specific information related to citing or referencing materials, please visit WriteAnswers.
Citation managers are personal databases you fill with citations for all the articles, books, and other documents you use in the course of your research. Citation managers can help you organize your material and generate bibliographies from your collected document descriptions.
RRU Library supports the use of Zotero, a free, open-source citation manager. Check out our guide to Zotero and get your citation management journey started today.
Beyond Zotero, there are many more options for citation managers, including paid and free versions. If you want help deciding which of these is best for you, this page can help.