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Bibliographic details for "Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources"

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Citation styles for "Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources"

APA style

Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources. (2015, Mar 03). In NCI Hub. Retrieved 10:42, Sep 25, 2022, from

MLA style

NCI Hub contributors. "Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources." NCI Hub. NCI Hub, 2015, Mar 03. Web. 25 Sep. 2022

MHRA style

NCI Hub contributors, 'Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources,' NCI Hub, 03 Mar 2015 23:24, <> [accessed 25 Sep 2022]

Chicago style

NCI Hub contributors, "Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources," NCI Hub, (accessed 25 Sep 2022).

CBE/CSE style

NCI Hub contributors. Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources [Internet]. NCI Hub; Mar. 03, 2015 [cited 2022 Sep 25]. Available from:

Bluebook style

Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources, (last visited Sep. 25, 2022).

Bluebook: Harvard JOLT style

NCI Hub, Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources, (optional description here) (as of Sep. 25, 2022).

AMA style

NCI Hub contributors. Hands-On Tutorial: Uploading Resources. NCI Hub. Mar 03, 2015, 23:24. Available at Accessed Sep 25, 2022.

BibTeX entry

@misc{ wiki:xxx,
    author = "NCI Hub",
    title = "Hands-On Tutorial:  Uploading Resources --- NCI Hub",
    year = "2015",
    url = "",
    note = "[Online; accessed 1-October-2012]"