[Answer] Where can you go for help with citing sources?

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Where can you go for help with citing sources?

Manually adding references can be a slow and tricky process. Fortunately there is a tool called “RefToolbar” built into the Wikipedia edit window which makes it much easier.To use it simply click on Cite at the top of the edit window having already positioned your cursor after the sentence or fact you wish to reference. Then select one of the ‘Templates’ from the dropdown menu that best …

A full citation fully identifies a reliable source and where applicable the place in that source (such as a page number) where the information in question can be found. For example: Rawls John. A Theory of Justice.Harvard University Press 1971 p. 1. This type of citation is usually given as a footnote and is the most commonly used citation method in Wikipedia articles.

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