Last Updated: Apr 18, 2013
These sites will help you to cite most common sources in a number of citation styles.
- Landmarks Son of Citation Machine
Fill in a web form, and Citation Machine creates the reference entry for you in proper MLA, APA, Chicago, or Turabian formats.
- Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University
The OWL provides information on several citation styles and other writing guidelines.
- Visual Guide to Citations
Show students where they can find the different pieces of information they need for their bibliography, not simply what they need.
- OLinks Citation Formatter
This works similarly to the Citation Machine, except that it works for a few more styles in addition to MLA and APA. You can also access the reference formatter from the OLINKS (Find It) page when you are searching for journal articles.
- Research and Documentation Online
Covers Humanities, Social Sciences, History, and Sciences.
- Assembling a List of Works Cited in Your Paper from Duke University Libraries
Go straight to a simple list of examples for citing different types of works in APA, Chicago, MLA, and CSE formats.
- Citing Science Sources
Links to help you cite in NLM Style, ACS Style, ASCE, IEEE, and more.
- Citing Business Sources
Links to websites with examples of how to cite many business oriented sources, such as Factiva, GMID, Hoover's, IBISWorld, Lexis-Nexis, Mediamark, Datamonitor, Mergent Online, NTDB, SRDS, and free websites of various types in APA, MLA, or Chicago Style.
- Citing Government and Law Sources
Links to guide that gives information about the Blue Book and other relevant sources.
- AP Stylebook Online
Associated Press style manual for journalists and media professionals. Also in print: Associated Press stylebook and briefing on media law, King Reference PN4783 .A83 2011.
- Basics of Associated Press Style
This Web page is intended to provide an introduction to AP style and a summary of some AP style rules; however, the Associated Press Stylebook includes more than 5,000 entries – far more than can be covered here. For a complete guide to AP style, writers should consult the most recent edition of the Associated Press Stylebook
- Citation Guide for Maps
Cartographic Citations : a Style Guide - C. Kollen, W. Shawa, M. Larsgaard
This guide provides examples of many commonly encountered types of cartographic items, both in print and digital forms.
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