The material from this information and help page is being transitioned into the Library's LibGuides, and this page will go away.
Guides to Library resources, arranged by degree/major:
Business Administration (MBA). Library presentation.
Counseling and Psychology (Library Presentation). Revised 11/3/2015
Education (Library Presentation). Revised 1/9/2016
History (Library presentation). updated 5/2015
International Relations (Library presentation). New 11/2015
Political Science (Library Presentation). New 11/9/2015
Public Administration (Library Presentation). Updated 10/22/2015
Social Sciences (Library presentation). New 11/2015
Sport Management. See LibGuide.
Documentation Guides (citations and references)
What is documentation? What is a style guide? Answers to these and other questions are provided in the Troy University Library Tutorial.
Citing the World Wide Web in Style includes sections for
Hanging indents: Using Microsoft Word to format your documentation. See APA LibGuide.
APA Style Helper: Capitalizing the Title of Your Paper and the Titles of References. See APA LibGuide.
APA-style running head and page numbers: Using Microsoft Word to format your paper. See APA LibGuide.
Guide to Referencing Mental Measurements Yearbook. See LibGuide.
American Psychological Association (APA) and Modern Language Association (MLA) handouts from the Troy University Writing Center
Other writing resources
Writing Assistance Troy University Writing Center and other resources.
A Student Guide to Plagiarism helps students understand what plagiarism is and how they can avoid plagiarizing.
A Faculty Guide to Plagiarism is a guide to how faculty can detect plagiarism and how faculty and administrators can help students avoid plagiarizing.
A Guide to Writing Resources Identifying print and online sources to improve writing, grammar, etc.
Tips and Tricks for Microsoft Word helping writers to format college papers according to commonly used style.
Using Quotations and Quotation Marks in College Writing A technical guide, targeted at users of Modern Language Association (MLA) and American Psychological Association (APA) style.Proofreading a College Paper: Guidelines and Checklist