How to Cite Resources
To use an online citation/bibliography composer for MLA or APA style, see NoodleTools. (Free registration is required.) Zotero is a citation management tool, accessible through the Firefox web browser, which electronically captures bibliographic information and stores it for later citation.
For additional guidance in citing online or print resources in MLA, APA, or other styles, see Assembling a List of Works Cited in Your Paper, from Duke University Libraries' Guide to Library Research, or Purdue University's OWL (Online Writing Lab) Research and Citation Resources.
For an online tutorial on APA Style, see the American Psychological Association's The Basics of APA Style.
For more detailed information about citing online resources in several popular styles, see Online! A Reference Guide to Using Internet Sources.
Additional information is available in books on reserve at the library circulation desk, such as MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers and Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
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Last Updated: 1/12/11