Citing your sources is a very important part of the research process. Why?
APA Format (from the American Psychological Association) is the most common citation style used in the social sciences. You can find more information about APA style in their handbook (available through the library), the Purdue OWL, or on the APA web-site.
A number of websites are devoted to helping students and other researchers cite their work.
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) has created an extensive and very helpful resource on citation of various materials.
This resource offers recommended resources for various areas of study as well as citation instructions.
This freely available research tool allows you to save your citations to an online account with the click of a button.
This service, provided by Calvin University's library, generates a MLA citation for you. Just enter in the citation information (such as author, title, edition, and year published) and click submit.
Online bibliographic management program that allows users to create a personal database of references and generate bibliographies in a variety of formats. First time users need to sign up for an account.