- The following resources will help you format your citations in proper APA or MLA format.
- Learn more about citing your sources:
- FYI: Many library databases provide automatic citation formatting, such as those from EbscoHost, Proquest, and Gale, as well as the Library Catalog. However, it is recommended that you double-check your citations using guides for APA or MLA style, as shown below.
- You can also try these citation formatting websites, where you can enter the elements of a citation into a form and the program generates a formatted citation:
- Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (print version)
- Sample Style Sheet for APA Bibliographic Citatons (PDF) by Dr. Karin Durán
- Sample APA-Style Annotated Bibliography (PDF) by Dr. Karin Durán
- APA Style Guide (PDF) by Eric Garcia
- APA - Frequently Asked Questions
- Electronic Reference Formats Recommended by the American Psychological Association.
- APA Style Resources
- Chicago Manual of Style Online
- Brief Citation Guide for Internet Resources based on Turabian's principles.
- The Chicago Manual of Style (print version)
- Scientific style and format: the CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers (print version)
- The ACS style guide: effective communication of scientific information (print version)
- AIP Style Manual: online or print
- American Sociological Association Style Guide (print version)
- American Anthropology Association citation style guide