University Libraries
Citation Format and Publication Guides (including University Guidelines and Images Library)

Selected online resources for University administrators

Personal File Management Software
  • RefWorks: Personal Citation Manager Authentication Required
    RefWorks is a web-based citation manager that allows you to create your own databases of citations by importing references from MNCAT and other databases, and then in seconds automatically generate bibliographies in all major styles (MLA, APA, Turabian, Chicago, etc.).
Citation Format Guides and Style Manuals
  • Citing Sources Using APA Style

    [Resource no longer available]
  • Citing Sources Using the MLA Citation Style

    [Resource no longer available]
University of Minnesota Publications and Website Guidelines
  • Marks of Excellence
    All marketing and communication efforts at the University of Minnesota are tied together by a common element: the University of Minnesota wordmark. This site provides links to the University's wordmark files and Web Depot (templates for University web pages).
  • University of Minnesota Style Manual
    " This manual was written to foster consistency in University publications. It is intended not to dictate, but rather to suggest solutions to common writing and editing problems. It includes a body of rules that reflect current usage, plus a number of rules that pertain specifically to the University of Minnesota. "
  • University Relations Publishing Guidelines
    To comply with various state and federal regulations, as well as University policies, certain information must appear on all University of Minnesota publications. This site provides templates for many of those notices.
University of Minnesota Images Library
  • University Communications Images Library
    This site includes official University of Minnesota trademarks and logos and photographs of campus scenes, people, buildings, and events around the Twin Cities campus. You can download print-quality or Web-quality photos and marks.
    Before you can access the database, you must register and be assigned a username and password.

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