Printed Style Guides
Printed citation guides are available at the library circulation desk.
- APA, 6th edition (2010)
- MLA, 8th edition (2016)
- MLA, 7th edition (2009)
- Chicago, 16th edition (2010)
- ACS, 3rd edition (2006)
- ASA, 4th edition (2010)
Endnote Web allows you to quickly and easily collect reference information from a wide variety of online data sources via direct export, online search, or importing text files.
Further Resources for Citation Styles
APA (American Psychological Assocation)
APA Formatting and Style Guide - Purdue Univ, 6th edition (2010)
Help for DOIs & URLs
Free DOI Lookup from CrossRef.org. (Use Search on article title)
MLA (Modern Language Association)
MLA Formating and Style Guide - Purdue Univ, 7th edition (2009)
CMS (Chicago Manual of Style)
Chicago Manual of Style - Purdue Univ, 16th edition (2010)
The Chicago Manual of Style Online - 16th & 15th editions
ACS (American Chemical Society)
ACS Style Guide - WIlliams College, 3rd edition (2006)
CASSI Abbreviations Seach Tool (use this to find Journal abbreviations)
ASA (American Sociological Association)
ASA Style Citations - Trinity Univ, 4th edition (2010)
General Citation Resources
Son of Citation Machine - Online citation generator. Includes MLA (7th), APA (6th), Turabian, and Chicago
Research and Documentation Online - finding and documenting sources including MAL, APA, Chicago, and CBE styles, plus sample papers for MLA, APA, Chicago, and Sciences papers.
What is an annotated bibliography?
How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography - Cornell
Study Skills Annotated Bibliography - sample from the University of Minnesota Duluth