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The most commonly used citation styles within the social sciences are APA and Chicago.
The program EndNote can arrange references according to these citation styles.
The citation style APA (American Psychological Association) uses the author-date method for references in the text and reference lists in papers and theses.
The guide Citing sources in APA style 7th ed. is based on the 7th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
The Chicago citation style is used within the social sciences and humanities. Chicago 17th B also uses the author-date method for references in the text and reference lists in papers and theses.
The latest edition is the 17th edition. This editon is available digitally.
The Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide gives you a quick overview of correct citing according to this style.
EndNote is a program for collecting and managing literature references. In word processors EndNote ensures that references in the text and in the reference list are cited correctly according to styles like APA and Chicago. The many features of the program are described in EndNote X9 Basic course en EndNote 20 Basic course.
We offer a range of interactive e-learning modules to use at your own pace, at your own time. You will gain more in-depth knowledge of specific databases or issues such as plagiarism and data management.
Overview for social sciences (e-learning modules, videos and tutorials)
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The print collection of social sciences (anthropology and development studies, communication science, pedagogical and educational sciences, psychology, artificial intelligence, and sociology) is located:
Your student card or staff pass is your library card. In RUQuest you can reserve books and journal volumes by logging in with your RU credentials. Follow the link for more information on borrowing, reserving and renewing.
The continuously growing collection e-books of social sciences you can open and read any time, any place.
Overview of all compulsory textbooks (print books & e-books) per programme, as listed in the Prospectuses for Social Sciences.
Programmes Social Sciences
• Artifical intelligence: Foundations of computational agents (2nd ed.)
• The elements of statistical learning (2nd ed.)
• Embodied cognition
• Mathematics for machine learning
• Network science
• Neuronal dynamics
• Search engines: Information retrieval in practice
Pedagogical and Educational Sciences
• Critical writing
• Applied calculus (4th ed.)