Citation Help

Whenever you use sources in your research papers, you must provide a citation to that work.  Citations give credit to the original author, help others find the source themselves, and gives credibility to your work.  The following guides will help you cite those sources correctly.  There are several different styles of citation, so make sure you are using the style your instructor requires.

MLA Citations

MLA Citation Guide: a guide for creating citations in MLA.

MLA Formatting Guide - Word: a guide for putting your paper in MLA format using Microsoft Word.

MLA Formatting Guide - Google Docs: a guide for putting your paper in MLA format using Google Docs.

MLA Formatting and Style Guide from Purdue OWL: a complete guide to citing and formatting in MLA.  Covers many types of less commonly used sources. 

APA Citations

APA Citation Guide: a guide for creating citations in APA.

APA Formatting Guide - Word: a guide for putting your paper in APA format using Microsoft Word.

APA Formatting Guide - Google Docs: a guide for putting your paper in APA format using Google Docs.

APA Formatting and Style Guide from Purdue OWL: a complete guide to citing and formatting in APA. Covers many types of less commonly used sources.

Chicago Citations

Chicago Style Citation Guide: a guide for creating citations in Chicago style.

Chicago Formatting and Style Guide from Purdue OWL: a complete guide to citing and formatting in Chicago.  Covers many types of less commonly used sources.

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