Need help citing sources?
These guides cover the most commonly used types of sources.
- Indiana University Quick Guides:
- The OWL (Purdue University)
Play and learn!
- Play this interactive APA and MLA Citation Game developed at the University of Washington and learn how to correctly format APA or MLA citations for some of the most commonly used citation types.
Some UC Library databases and free Web sites (EasyBib, RapidCite) will create your citations for you.
Microsoft Word 2007 and 2010 can automatically create your bibliography.
- MS Word 2007 bibliography tip sheet
- MS Word 2010 bibliography tip sheet
- Create a bibliography using MS Word (a YouTube video by Hilary Pike)
Having trouble with citations for Web sources like blogs, wikis or personal Web pages?
- Citing Internet Sources (Yale University)
Try these guides for a more complete look at citation styles.
- APA Style Lite for College Papers (PDF)
- Chicago Manual of Style Author-Date System Style Guide (Ohio State University Libraries)
For comprehensive help with writing, formatting and citing a college paper, try:
- The Writing Center (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
The page was last updated on September 14, 2011