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African American Drama
An overview of the resources available for researchers in the field of African America Drama.
In academic writing, it is important to cite your references—in other words, to acknowledge and document the authors' works which you have consulted and used in your own work. There are a number of different options for formatting citations.
Certain bibliographic styles correspond to certain disciplines, and you often may have a specific style assigned to you for a project. However, the most important thing to remember is that your citation style must be consistent throughout a single paper.
Citation management tools enable you to import citations from databases, websites, catalogs; organize citations using folders and tags; attach PDFs, images, etc. to your citations; annotate your citations and/or PDFs; output auto-formatted bibliographies and in-text citations (APA, MLA, & other styles).