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How to Guides: Citing Your Sources

MLA Style

MLA Handbook

 

MLA Style - 8th Edition

Suggested for: Art, Languages & Literature, Philosophy, Religion, and Theatre     

 

How to format:  Books  |  Periodicals (journals, magazines, newspapers)  |  Electronic Sources (websites, online and database articles)  |  Other Common Sources (speeches, art, movies, music &  sound)

 

Other MLA resources:

APA Style

APA Style

 
APA Style - 6th Edition

Suggested for:  Business, Communications, Education, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Studies    

How to format:  Books  |  Periodicals (journals, magazines, newspapers)  |  Electronic Sources (websites, online and database articles) | Other Print Sources (encyclopedias, government documents and private reports)   Other Non-Print Sources (interviews and correspondence, movies, music & sound)

Other APA resources:

Chicago Style

Chicago Style 

Chicago Manual Style (CMS) - 16th Edition

Suggested for:  History, Philosophy, Religious Studies     

 

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Turabian Style

Turabian Style


Turabian Style - 7th Edition

Suggested for:  History, Philosophy, Religious Studies     

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CSE Style - 7th Edition

CSE Style

 

CSE Style - 7th Edition

Suggested for:  Astronomy, Biology, Engineering, Geology, Mathematics, Nursing & Health Sciences, Physics     

 Other CSE resources:

  • Scientific Style and Format: the CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers[CSE] - [Ref:  T11 .S386 2006]

ACS Style

ACS Style

 


ACS Style - 3rd Edition

Suggested for:  Chemistry     

Other ACS resources:

ASA Style

ASA Style

 

American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) 

 

Publications Handbook and Style Manual


 

ASA Style

ASA Style

 

ASA Style - 4th Edition

Suggested for:  Sociology     

Other ASA resources:

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