Cite your sources.
Guides by Style
American Political Science Association (APSA)
American Psychological Association (APA)
APA Style Research Guide — additional resources you may find helpful when using APA citation style or formatting (including in-text and parentheticals).
American Sociological Association (ASA)
ASA Style Guide — This resource covers the American Sociological Association style and includes information about manuscript formatting, in-text citations, formatting the references page, and accepted manuscript writing style.
Chicago Manual of Style: Everything you need to know about creating footnotes and bibliographies in proper Chicago style
Council of Science Editors (CSE)
CSE Citation Quick Guide (Washington State University)
Council of Science Editors citation style (University of Wisconsin–Madison)
Modern Language Association (MLA)
MLA Quick Guide – 8th Ed. — the most current version.
MLA Quick Guide – 7th Ed. — check with your instructor before using.
MLA Style Research Guide — additional resources you may find helpful when using MLA citation style or formatting (including in-text and parentheticals).
About Our Guides
- Quick Guides: Printed handouts for each major citation style are located conveniently near Reference Services on the second floor of the Library.
- Published Style Guides: Copies of the APA, MLA, and Chicago official style guides are available at the Research Help Desk.
- Zotero: Consider using the free Zotero software to manage your books and articles and to automatically create in-text citations and bibliographies for you. Zotero will also allow you to create bibliographies in styles not covered by our Citation Guides.
- Academic Integrity Tutorial: Want to make sure you’re not plagiarizing? Complete this tutorial. (Requires Flash)