Louis L. Manderino Library
Guides that Cover Multiple Styles
These sites cover all of the "major" citation styles.
Research and Citation Resources (Purdue OWL)
Helpful overview of the processes of Conducting Research, and Using Research in writing your paper. Also provides links to guides describing how to use APA, MLA, and Chicago/Turabian styles. From the OWL at Purdue University.
Citing Sources (Duke U.)
Covers APA, MLA, Chicago, and Turabian styles. Provides explanations on in-text citations and assembling your bibliography. From Duke University libraries.
Citation and Style Guides (Concordia U.)
This is a helpful collection of links describing how to cite print and electronic sources using APA, MLA, Turabian, Chicago, and other styles. From Concordia University in Montreal.
These tools let you chose your citation style and source type, then you enter the information and they create a formatted citation for you.
NOTE: These can be very handy, but be sure to check your results for errors! Automation is not perfect!
BibMe Citation Maker
BibMe can generate citations in APA, MLA, and Chicago using the current styles. Verify they are correct!
Cite This for Me
Choose your style (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) and this site will help you create a citation. Be sure to check it for errors! Automation is not perfect!
Writing Guides, including Annotated Bibliographies
These resources go beyond citations to cover writing process in general--and annotated bibliographies in particular.
Learn how to create an annotated bibliography. Note the links to additional "Example" and "Samples" pages in the left-hand menu. From the OWL at Purdue University.
How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography
Need help creating an annotated bibliography? This guide offers helpful tips. From Cornell University libraries.
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