Help with in-text citations and references
How do I cite websites and podcasts? What information should be included in a bibliography if I am using a book chapter?
A quick guide to correct referencing
APA is the most popular reference style at CBS and we receive a lot of questions about its use.
That is why we have created a comprehensive guide, in which you will find out everything you need to know about how to make in-text citations in your papers and how to organize the accompanying list of references.
We have organized the guide into sections, or tabs, and provided an abundance of examples. Once you have identified the type of source you are working with, simply click the corresponding tab and you will find the recipe for correct APA-style in-text citations and references.
Among other things, you can see how to refer to special sources such as Bloomberg data, interviews, market reports from databases such as Passport and MarketLine and much more.
Keep track of your source documents with Mendeley
CBS Library recommends that you use a reference management software that can assist you in creating correct in-text citations and references without a hassle. As a CBS student, you have free access to the software Mendeley, which is great for collecting and organizing the documents that you come across when doing research and can help you generate bibliographies based on the sources that you cite in your papers.