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Once you complete your search in Google Scholar, you will have a list of results. 

  • Underneath the article summary, look for the Cite icon represented by quotation marks " " 

  • Click on it to generate a citation, choose the appropriate style you need for your paper, and copy and paste it into your working document 

  • Google Scholar creates citations in the following styles: MLA, APA, and Chicago

You can also automatically generate citations for your research papers by using the RefWorks link located under the generated citations. 

Always double-check the Citing Sources research guide to confirm that the citation is correct. 

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