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Citation for Engineering and Energy

A guide to using citation styles in Engineering and Applied Science, including those used for standards and patents.

Theses and Dissertations

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Thesis Formatting Guidelines for Graduate Students

Check the guide on the right to get an idea of the basic technical formatting requirements for theses and dissertations required by Ontario Tech.

There is no one citation style used for theses and dissertations, since every one is different in content and length. Consult with your supervisor as to what style is preferred or most appropriate for your work.

Once you've chosen a citation style, consider signing up for a citation manager such as Zotero, Mendeley, or EndNote. It will help you to keep your citations organized and properly formatted.

Ontario Tech Guide for Formatting a Thesis

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