Citing Sources

Find resources for using MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian, and other citation styles.


This guide is intended to help you begin citing your sources, according to the style manual your professor has told you to use.

If you need additional details on using a particular style, copies of most major style guides can be borrowed from the Library Service Desk on the 2nd floor of the library.

Visual Guide to Citations

Having trouble finding where to get the information required to cite? Use EasyBib's Visual Guides to Citations to see where to locate the needed information on your source.

Citation Managers

A citation manager is software or an app that helps you organize and cite sources. They are especially useful when writing long papers that require the use of many sources, like dissertations, capstones, articles, etc.

Most citations managers allow you to:

  1. Collect lists of articles, books, webpages, etc.
  2. Format bibliographies using a particular citation style
  3. Store the source materials
  4. Insert in-text citations and bibliography entries while writing in Microsoft Word


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