You can make the most of the Library’s tools to help you manage the bibliographic references that you use for your research and learn how to cite documents and resources in line with international standards. You’ll also find useful information about managing research data.
Resources for correctly citing a bibliographic reference and selection of apps for
creating citations automatically.
Citations need to contain a series of elements, as set out in the ISO 690: 2010 standard.
A selection of resources on how to cite the images we use in academic papers, articles, etc. We use a wide-ranging definition for image: photographs, paintings, drawings, pictures, diagrams, graphics, etc.
A selection of resources on how to cite the social networks we use in academic papers, articles, etc.
Data must be cited in the same way that we cite other bibliographic information sources, such as articles or books.
These applications can be used to search for documents (books, articles, etc.) and automatically generate the corresponding bibliographic citations.