Each of the websites below
offers up essentially the same information.
Figure out which format is easiest for you to access.
We all think and process information differently, so the drop down menu
might work best for some
whereas tabs at the top of the page might allow others to access what they
Peruse all of the links below and find the one that's best for you
and bookmark it to your computer for future and frequent reference.
Research and Documentation in
the Electronic Age
Bedford St. Martins Guide
Use the pull-down menu to find how to site types of sources.
This site is particularly helpful regarding new & updated electronic
From Long Island University:
This is a
color-coded page that will tell you precisely what each entry needs
(Thanks to Derrick Snider for sharing this, Fall 2012)
Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Use the menu on
the left of the page to find information on all you relevant citation
APA Citation Format:
MLA Citation Format:
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Guide to Citation Styles and Tools for Managing and Formatting Citations
Use tabs at the top of the page to find
answers to your citation format questions
SIU Writing Center
Writing Resources Page:
Scroll down to find a variety of links related to writing and citing