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In addition to the most commonly-used styles described on the other pages, here are resources on some of the less frequently used styles that you might need to use--along with some general citation topics.
ACS (American Chemical Society)
Citing ERIC Documents
How do you cite an ERIC document or other materials found in the ERIC education database? ERIC's own recommendations make it easy! Click on "Citing Materials Indexed in ERIC" in the left-hand menu.
Find Journal Title from an Abbreviation
NCBI Journals Serch
A tool - not a style guide. This PubMed service will convert journal abbreviations in their database to full title names--and vice versa. Enter either one in the search box and click "Go." Useful for identifying obscure, abbreviated titles found in a citation.
Basic Legal Citation
Citing legal resources can be very tricky! Although not identical to The Bluebook, this resource will help you understand how to cite legal citations correctly. By Peter W. Martin, Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. Revised 2010.