The One-Stop Citation Shop
Research and Citation Resources
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is one of the most comprehensive and highly trafficked writing resources on the web. This page provides a comprehensive companion to MLA/Chicago/APA citation guidelines, offering dozens of sample citations for books, anthologies, articles, co-authored works, and non-print media.
A Citation Primer from the Whole Campus
Yale Graduate School Writing Center’s Online Tutorial for Style Guides
This comprehensive annotated bibliography of style guides preferred by different disciplines provides a good introduction to citation styles and includes some links to the guides themselves.
Citations for Dramatists and Dentists (and Everyone in Between)
Getting Help with Citation Style
This article from the UCLA Graduate Writing Center provides a list of citation guide links organized by discipline, and also provides a helpful introduction to the "big three" citation styles (MLA, Chicago, and APA).
Why We Cite
UNC Chapel Hill, Writing Center
This well-designed guide to citations offers reflections on ethical citation practices and examples of citations from APA, MLA, Chicago, and CBE/CSE.
Beginning with the End: Free EndNote Citation Management Software
EndNote Web and Tutorial
UMD Libraries offers this tutorial for EndNote, a citation management software FREE for UMD students. Visit this page to download the software, read the tutorial, and even sign up for in-person EndNote tutorials held in McKeldin Library.
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