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MLA Style

  • Purdue OWL - MLA Style
    This website will introduce you to the Modern Language Association (MLA) Style for writing and formatting research papers. You will find information which covers what MLA Style is, why it is used, and who should apply this style to their work.
  • MLA FAQ
    These FAQs address some questions commonly found when using MLA style. The FAQa, and answers, are provided by MLA.org.
  • MLA Format from StudyGuide.org
    While this website is intended for a high school audience, it provides examples of many different citation types and the proper MLA format that should be used.

APA Style

  • Purdue OWL - APA Style
    This workshop provides an overview of APA (American Psychological Association) style and where to find help with different APA resources. It provides an annotated list of links to all of our APA materials and an APA overview. It is an excellent place to start to learn about APA format.
  • APA Online Tutorial
    Offered through APAstyle.org, this free tutorial provides a basic overview of the APA Style.
  • APA Style Quick Reference
    On this site, you will find tutorials, FAQs, and other resources to help you improve your writing, master APA Style, and learn the conventions of scholarly publishing.

Chicago Style

  • Purdue OWL - Chicago Style
    This website contains information on the Chicago Manual of Style method of document formatting and citation. These resources follow the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, which was issued in September 2010.

  • Chicago Style - Quick Guide
    Chicago Manual of Style Online provides examples of citation formats using the notes and bibliography system.
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