This guide brings you information on research and writing processes; covers several citation styles; and links you to research, writing, citing, studying, and subject resources.
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OPTION 1: TLC's Writing & Tutoring Center
BOOK APPOINTMENTS (In-person/Online)
Connect with a tutor/writing coach in 4 easy steps.
1. Go to regis.edu/tlc > click 'Schedule an Appointment,' or use regis.mywconline.com (direct link)
2. Register/log in > bookmark this page
3. Click a white slot to schedule an appointment > check tutor bios first
4. Read confirmation email for appointment details
*Schedule appointments on the go! Click here for instructions for mobiles and tablets.
Log into the scheduler for appointment availability, location, length, and format.
For a great learning experience,
OPTION 2: Smarthinking
Smarthinking is another free online tutoring for Regis students when TLC's in-house tutoring is unavailable. Regis students receive 10 free Smarthinking tutoring hours per year and access to its "Study Aids" anytime. To maximize tutoring hours, try TLC first.
The library does not guarantee the citations created by the following services. It is suggested that all citations are thoroughly checked after creation.
EasyBib- Free MLA citation generator.
Mendeley- Free, downloadable "reference manager".
Zotero- Free, open source tool to help you collect, organize, and cite your research sources.
KnightCite- Maintained by the Heckman Library at Calvin College. Cite in APA, MLA, and Chicago.
UCSU Citation Builder- Created and managed by NCSU Libraries. Cite in APA, MLA, and Chicago.