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README.md

Citation Builder, version 2.0 Developed by Erik Olson 2015

CONTENTS OF THIS FILE

  • About Citation Builder
  • Installing Citation Builder

ABOUT CITATION BUILDER

Citation Builder is a web-based tool designed to quickly and easily generate citations for sources consulted during the research process. While powerful tools such as RefWorks, Zotero, and Endnote exist to generate citations, understanding how to use these tools can require an investment of time. Citation Builder is an attempt to provide a low-barrier method for users to generate citations for commonly consulted source media. The formats include:

American Psychological Association 6th edition
Modern Language Association 8th edition
Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition (author-date)
Council of Science Editors, Name-Year (author-date)

For more information, visit our Github space at: https://github.com/NCSU-Libraries/citation-builder or the North Carolina State University project page at: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/dli/projects/citationbuilder/

For a demo of Citation Builder, visit the North Carolina State University Libraries installation at: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/citationbuilder/

INSTALLING CITATION BUILDER

Please note: Citation Builder installation requires the inclusion of jQuery libraries and plugins that are neither developed nor maintained by the Citation Builder developer.

Citation Builder installation requires the following: 1. A web server running PHP 5.2.6 or later: http://php.net 2. Inclusion of jQuery 1.10 or later: http://jquery.com 6. Knowledge of PHP scripting and Javascripting

To install Citation Builder: 1. Copy the Citation Builder source code to a directory on your web server. 2. Visit the directory you created in a web browser.