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Because the DOI insures findability for the e-journal article, citation styles (APA, MLA, Chicago Manual of Style, Turabian, etc.) are starting to request the use of a DOI in a citation for e-journal content.
Chicago Manual of Style (limited to U of Chicago users)
The web version of the venerable comprehensive handbook of style, this site provides general guidance, as well as specific examples of correct style and citation
Science Writing Aids
Includes links to sites for software and other tools, nomenclature guides and science writing manuals and style guides
Includes a "chapter" on citing online resources
APA Style for Electronic Resources
Annotated list of examples of how to cite in APA style for electronic resources (provided by Trinity University Library
Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students
Created by contributors from Virginia Tech, University of Texas, University of Illinois and Georgia Tech and includes exercises and examples
Guidelines for NASA Technical Reports Preparation
Intended specifically for technical reports submitted to NASA's publishing program
Duke University Guide to Library Research
Guide to correct citing of sources
APA Manual Crib Sheet
A summary of rules for American Psychological Association style. Consult the full manual for more detail
Web page with a collection of online tools to create formatted citations.
Promoting Integrity in Science Journals Publications
Council of Science Editors' white paper on the roles and responsibilities of editors, authors, peer reviewers, and the publishers in science journal publication
Individual journal requirements
For specific guidelines for journal articles, consult the journal's guidelines for authors (also called submission guidelines or instructions to authors).