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MLA style from Cornell University Library

CHICAGO/TURABIAN Style handout - 2 pages from the University of Georgia Libraries

CHICAGO/TURABIAN - A Brief Citation Guide for Internet Sources in History and the Humanities. The site is a bit dated, but still provides basics of this citation style.

APA Style Guide by Professor Douglas Degelman. Provides the common core of APA style with sample papers and a Word template to get you started.

Want to use a citation manager app? Compare the features of the major contenders with this nicely done guide from the Libraries at the Univ of Washington.

ALL STYLES - A nice research guide for all citation styles (APA, MLA, CSE, and Chicago). Includes style guides, MLA drills, tutorials, and sample papers.

Write Site: W. W. Norton StudySpace

MLA - FAQ about MLA (including the differences between MLA 6 and 7).

APA GOV DOCS - Help for citing government docs in APA style. via Oliver Zeff @ Westfield State University.

Learn about plagiarism and what needs to be cited by playing the Goblin Threat Game from Lycoming College. It only takes a few minutes!

Plagiarism Game - Lycoming College

ASA - A quick reference guide to ASA citation style.

MLA Citation Style Handbook. Very thorough! Be aware, however, that this site is based on MLA 6. MLA 7 is the current standard. See the MLA FAQ post for the differences between the two versions.

Citation Universal Style Guide: Draft

ALL STYLES - Citation Generator - EasyBib provides options for 59 different types of citations, from websites to video to books. MLA is free to use, other citation styles have fees. Not too expensive! Use their citation guides for free!

ALL STYLES - OWL at Purdue provides extensive examples and resources for APA, MLA, Chicago/Turabian, and ASA (need to put ASA in the search bar to bring those resources up). It's the go to academic website for citation help. Also, includes lots of info to help with the writing process.