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  • Cite Your Sources - Zotero | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Cite Your Sources Cite Your Sources Zotero Cite Your Sources Zotero Understanding Citations Choose a Citation Manager EndNote NoodleTools Zotero Avoiding Plagiarism Video Tutorial Get Help with Zotero Download Zotero for free Learning

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/citations/zotero.html (2016-02-17)
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  • All About Plagiarism Tutorial
    Definition of Plagiarism Embed Close Consequences of Plagiarism Embed Close Get the Flash Player to see this player Video Transcript Sources Is this Plagiarism Embed Close Plagiarism in the News Embed Close Loading requires EID Feedback Material Usage Statement Web

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  • Understanding Citations Tutorial
    My Account Renew Items Sitemap Help Understanding Citations Tutorial Introduction to Citations Elements of Citations Additional Resources requires EID Feedback Material Usage Statement Web Accessibility Policy PDF Reader Web Privacy Policy 2016 University of Texas at Austin Page viewed February

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/services/instruction/learningmodules/citations/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Brief Introduction to Citations | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    a citation includes at the very least the title author source of publication and date of publication Different Types of Citations Two factors shape the format of a citation its style and its source of publication A citation s style is the set of rules that determine the format of a citation MLA MLA is typically used for papers in the liberal arts and humanities Learn more about MLA here Different Types of MLA Citations Book Last Name First Name Title of Book City of Publication Publisher Year of Publication Book Chapter Last Name First Name Title of Chapter Title of Book Ed Editor s First Name Last Name City of Publication Publisher Year Pages Medium of Publication Journal Article Last Name First Name Title of Article Title of Journal Volume Issue Year Pages Medium of Publication Web Page Last Name First Name Title of Web Page Title of Website Publisher of Website Date Published Web Accessed Date APA APA is typically used for papers in the social sciences Learn more about APA here Different Types of APA Citations Book Author A A Year Title of Book City of publication Publisher Book Chapter Author A A Year Title of chapter In A A Editor Eds Title of book Pages City of publication Publisher Journal Article Author A A Year Title of article Title of Journal Volume number Issue number Pages Retrieved from URL Web Page Author A A Year Title of Web Page Retrieved from URL Chicago Turabian Chicago Turabian is typically used for papers in the liberal arts Learn more about Chicago Turabian here Different Types of Chicago Turabian Book Last Name First Name Title of Book City of Publication Publisher Year Book Chapter Last Name First Name Title of Chapter In Title of Book edited by Editor First

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  • About | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Find Articles Using Databases Find a Journal Find a Map News and Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Perry Castañeda Library About PCL PCL HorizNav Home About Services Collections History New Books Hours Map Locations Guide Service Desks Staff Contacts About The Perry Castañeda Library PCL is The University of Texas at Austin s main research library It embraces all subject fields with the strongest holdings in the humanities social sciences business and education Open to everyone we welcome your visit Campus Address Telephone 512 495 4350 101 E 21st Street Fax 512 495 4296 Austin TX 78705 View on map Mailing Address USPS Name of library unit e g Circulation Services University of Texas Libraries The University of Texas at Austin 101 E 21st St Stop S5460 Austin TX 78712 1490 Mailing Address UPS FedEx etc Name of library unit e g Circulation Services University of Texas Libraries The University of Texas at Austin 101 E 21st St Austin TX 78712 Groups Perry

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/pcl/about (2016-02-17)
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  • Services | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Services PCL PCL HorizNav Home About Services Collections History New Books Borrower Services Computer Resources Study Areas Student Lockers Closed Studies for PhD Candidates Tours Prufrock s Coffee Shop Services Perry Castañeda Library staff members are here to serve you We invite you to visit the PCL in person and online to further explore our services Basic services are described below Ask a Librarian We provide information and research assistance to students faculty staff and the general public in a variety of convenient ways such as via email chat phone and in person Borrowing Materials Online and on site resources are available to University of Texas at Austin students faculty and staff Adult Texas residents may obtain borrowing privileges via Courtesy Borrower Services Copier Services PCL offers a variety of copier services throughout the building Library Copier Services also offers other services for a fee such as a fax machine available for public use Library Classes Tours Online Tutorials Each semester UT Library staff members offer a variety of drop in classes on finding and evaluating both online and print information resources View upcoming classes on the library calendar We also offer tours of the PCL Renewals If you would like to keep items past their due date you may renew them either at the Check Out Desk or use the Renew Items link which appears in the top right corner of the UT Libraries website Only items with loan periods of one week or longer can be renewed Requests Recalls and Holds If you would like an item that is checked out or in library storage you may recall it either online by using the Pick It Up button in the Library Catalog or at the Check Out Desk You ll receive a notification at the email address you

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/pcl/services/index.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Collections | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    PCL PCL HorizNav Home About Services Collections History New Books Dissertations and Theses Map Room Print Periodicals Microforms Finding Aids Collections The Perry Castañeda Library is the main social sciences and humanities library at UT Austin Its extensive holdings include books journals and other items pertaining to the social sciences and humanities as well as the subject areas of business computer science information science nursing and language and area studies except for Latin America To see if material from your subject area is at PCL search our holdings Search by Keyword Type one or more keywords then press the Enter key or click Go Keyword Search in Search Scope Compact Discs Dissertations Theses DVDs Electronic resources Journals Microforms Architecture Library Benson Latin American Collection Benson Rare Books Briscoe Center for American History Casa Herrera Chemistry Library Classics Library Collections Deposit Library Engineering Library Fine Arts Library Geology Library Harry Ransom Center K 12 Textbooks Curriculum Life Science Library Marine Science Library PCL Perry Castaneda Library PCL Reference Petroleum Engineering Reading Room Peridier and McDonald Libraries Physics Math Astronomy Library Stark Center Tarlton Law Library Wildflower Center Youth Collections ALL Locations Engineering Collection in PCL PCL contains several special collections East

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  • History | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Simmons and Garza and Associates and Bartlett Cocke and Associates Inc PCL is situated at the corner of Speedway and 21st Street The exterior of the building is Indiana limestone interior walls are Texas fossiliferous limestone PCL an open stack facility embraces all subject fields with strongest holdings in the humanities social sciences business and education Service and staff areas are concentrated on the first two of the six building levels with bookstacks and general reading areas located on Levels 3 through 6 How did PCL get its name The Perry Castañeda Library is named for two former University professors Ervin S Perry and Carlos E Castañeda Professor Perry was the first African American to be appointed to the academic rank of professor and Professor Castañeda played a central role in the early development of the Benson Latin American Collection In an effort to recognize the contributions of these distinguished faculty members and to express the University s lasting commitment to educational opportunities for all Texans President Lorene L Rogers recommended to the UT System Board of Regents that the new facility be named the Perry Castañeda Library By unanimous vote the Board of Regents adopted this proposal at their meeting of September 12 1975 The Perry Castañeda Library is one of the largest academic library buildings in North America and is a major research center in Texas Three years under construction the six level open stack facility was designed to serve as the main library of UT Austin Size 500 673 square feet gross area 413 168 square feet net assignable area 6 levels 9 3 acres of carpet 70 miles of book stacks 74 miles from Austin to San Antonio Cost 21 700 000 including landscaping furniture and furnishings 92 706 000 00 in 2013 dollars Capacity 3

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/pcl/history/index.html (2016-02-17)
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