Acknowledging Electronic Sources In Psychology & The Sciences
Guide from the University of Guelph's Learning Commons discusses how to cite electronic resources using the APA style. Check out the examples.
Amy's Guide to MLA Documentation
Advice on how to document research using the MLA Handbook, Fourth Edition, 1995. Examples are either original or borrowed from the MLA Handbook.
APA Publication Manual Crib Sheet
Provides a summary of rules from the APA Publication Manual.
APA Style Made Easy
Offers APA formatting software that complies with APA fifth edition.
Bibliographic References to Electronic Documents
Excerpts from International Standard ISO 690-2 part 2, revealing bibliographic references for electronic documents or parts thereof.
Personal list from Alan Bailin, Instructional Design & Support Specialist at the Newman Library, Baruch College.
Explains MLA, APA, CMS, and CSE writing style guidelines for in-text citations, footnotes, and endnotes. [PDF]
Citation Style Guides
Features APA, MLA, Turabian, Chicago and electronic citation guides. Also explains how to cite sources avoiding plagiarism.
Citing Electronic Information in History Papers
Guide to citing electronic information written by Maurice Crouse.
Columbia Guide to Online Style
Features elements of citation, documentation of Sources in the text and information on preparing the bibliographic material.
Dr. Abel Scribe's Guides to Style & Documentation
Free guides to APA, ASA, CBE, Chicago-Turabian, and MLA show how to document and format college research papers.
Automatically formats, alphabetize, and prints bibliographies for free.
How to Cite Electronic Documents
Recommendations for using the APA, MLA, and Chicago styles.
How to Cite Information From the WWW
A brief introduction from the American Psychological Association.
IFLANET - Citation Guides for Electronic Documents
International Federation of Library Associations provides this guide to writing cites for different formats. Gathered from books and newsgroups.
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