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Citing Your Sources
These resources will provide examples and explain citing guidelines. Check with your instructor regarding which format to follow.
Includes: Basics of APA Style (tutorial), Quick Answers and easy access to APA Style blog. From the American Psychological Association, publisher of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, the official guide to APA formatting.
Website maintained by the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University. Provides explanations and examples of APA, MLA, and Chicago citation guidelines as well as basic information about formatting your paper. Choose writing styles listed on left or select Search.
Contains some information specific to UW students; however, there is a wealth of information on writing all types of papers, using correct grammar and punctuation, improving your writing style and citing your sources. Check out the Writer's Handbook for citation guidelines for APA, MLA, Chicago and more.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association by American Psychological Association
The official guide to APA style, a print copy is available at every Lakeland Center office for student use and several copies are available in the John Esch Library. Electronic access is not available through Lakeland's online library.
The Chicago Manual of Style by University of Chicago Staff (Editor)
Publication Date: 2010-08-01
Format used in most historical journals. A copy is on reserve in the John Esch Library and most area public libraries will have a copy.
The citation generators listed below will construct a citation for you. They are not foolproof. Proofread the finished product carefully.
NoodleTools ( Select free tools at the bottom of the screen. Use NoodleTools Express.) Select from APA, MLA or Chicago styles. As you enter information, pop-ups appear with formatting rules to help guide you.