Take a look at the selected guides below for some of the most popular citation styles. These brief guides cover how to cite both electronic and traditional print resources. Need help? Ask a Librarian!
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- American Medical Association (AMA)
- American Chemical Society (ACS)
- Chicago Manual of Style
- MLA 7th Edition
Other Citation Resources
- Citing Electronic Information lists recommended electronic information citation guides.
- Citing US Government Documents provides general principles for citing US Government documents in MLA or APA.
- Citing Government Information Sources Using MLA features numerous sample citations.
- DocsCite is a step-by-step guide to putting government publication citations into proper style format.
- Introduction to Basic Legal Citation includes principles and examples for legal citations.
- Research and Documentation Online helps you find, evaluate, and document sources in the humanities, the social sciences, history, or the sciences.
- Student Supplement for The SBL Handbook of Style (Society of Biblical Literature) gives examples for citing scripture sources and commentaries.