The "How to Cite" Research Guide is an indispensable guide to citation manuals, citation management systems, avoiding plagiarism, and more
See also the Quick Guides for the
Chicago Manual of Style: This provides examples for various types of foot/endnotes and bibliography citations such as books, book chapters, journal articles, websites, and more.
MLA: This provides an interactive template to demonstrate and assist in creating various kinds of citations.
APA: This provides examples for various types of foot/endnotes and bibliography citations such as books, book chapters, journal articles, websites, and more.
Assistance with Writing at UCSD Library
The Writing + Critial Expression Hub offers assistance with:
One-on-one writing tutoring by appointment, 6 days/week
There are various resources that can help you organize and format your thesis.
1. UCSD provides documentation for preparing graduate theses and dissertations which may help -- see especially Section III: Organization of Doctoral Dissertations and Master's Theses is probably most helpful, but this also provides very specific detail about specific sections (ie abstracts, acknowledgments, the use of images and statistics, etc.) -- not so much the overall structure and not specific to undergrads.
2. Looking at completed UCSD Theses and Dissertations can also be helpful:
3. There are also additional resources to find undergraduate theses: