Answered By: Kelly Blanchat
Last Updated: May 31, 2023     Views: 200

Q: How do I cite articles I find in Google Scholar?
Answered by: Kelly Blanchat
Google Scholar search results include a "Cite" option. Select "Cite" to see the auto-formatted citation in MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, and Vancouver formats, which you can copy/paste into a text document (see image below).
 
Within the "Cite" option, you will also see a feature to export a citation to a reference manager, like Endnote and RefWorks.
 
For more information on citations, including links to online and print style guides, see our guide to Citation Tools.
 

 

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