Citing Your Sources
Citing print and electronic resources
EasyBib is a free web-based tool for building and managing citations in MLA. APA, and Chicago Style are also available, but there is a membership charge. Create citations, manage notes, and more.
For more information, see the EasyBib tutorial.
- MLA Documentation Guide - The Writing Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- APA Documentation Guide - The Writing Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- MLA Citation Basics - Easybib
Created by Easybib, this guide includes:
- Fundamentals of MLA citation
- MLA examples of popular sources
- MLA web rules
- MLA parenthetical citations
- MLA Visual Guides Part 1 – Easybib
Created by Easybib, this guide includes labeled illustrations showing how to cite:
- Websites and Books
- Journals and Newspapers
- Databases and Magazines
- Films, Chapters and Photographs
- Research and Documentation Online – Resources for researching, writing and citing materials, including guidelines for documenting print and online sources in APA, MLA, Chicago and CBE citation styles.
- Using Modern Language Association (MLA) Format – Purdue University Online Writing Lab
- Using American Psychological Association (APA) Format – Purdue University Online Writing Lab
- You Quote It, You Note It! [For best effect, use with sound.] Plagiarism tutorial created by Vaughan Memorial Library, Acadia University.