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Citation Guide: Other Helpful Websites

A guide to creating citations for bibliographies and works cited pages

NEW RULES

MLA-style and APA-style guidelines change over time, especially for citing sources accessed electronically. This guide incorporates the most up-to-date information about how to cite sources correctly.

If you use a citation generator from a database or website, doublecheck, using this guide, to be sure the generator has used the current rules.

Overviews

These sites offer information about constructing in-text citations, as well as constructing citations for bibliographies, references lists, and works cited lists:

Websites for MLA Style Citations

Many of these sites offer information about constructing in-text citations, as well as constructing citations for bibliographies and works cited lists: 

Websites for APA Style Citations

Many of these sites offer information about constructing in-text citations, as well as constructing citations for bibliographies and references lists: 

Websites for Chicago Style Citations

Many of these sites offer information about constructing in-text citations, as well as constructing citations for bibliographies and works cited lists:

Websites for Other Citation Styles

AMA (American Medical Association) Style

ASA (American Sociological Association) Style

CSE (Council of Science Editors, formerly CBE) Style

Legal

  •  LII (Legal Information Institute)

Turabian Style

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