Do you have a question about how to cite the sources for your research paper? Use the tabs above to link to resources and information on citing sources in the following citation styles:
Check with your instructor to verify the style you should use in that class.
The guides below include information about both MLA and APA styles and are available for in-library use only. (You can't check them out.)
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Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL) is the go-to source for information on formatting research papers and citations. In the bottom left corner of the main OWL page are links to sections about APA + MLA citation styles.
Many of the MCC Library's online databases, as well as its eBook collection, will format your journal article citations automatically in the citation style you need (MLA or APA). Please double check the results. Get help from a Librarian or writing tutor in the Learning Commons on campus.
Try an online tool or app to create reference lists, works cited, bibliographies, etc. in different citation styles.
Do double check the results you get using these tools against a style guide or the Purdue OWL site. Remember as well that these sources are only as good as the information you type in to them!
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