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We are more than happy to provide guidance and examples of references in several citation styles, but we are not able to proofread or edit your work. Consult one of our online citation style guides first, then use the Ask a Librarian page to contact a librarian if you have more questions.


Start with one of our citation style guides linked off the library homepage.

1. Choose the style you need.

2. From the top tabs for either APA or MLA, use the In-Text Citation tab to find information on how to cite your sources in text (known as parenthetical or author-date style).

3. Use the Reference List or Works Cited tab to find details on how to create full references in list form at the end of your papers and assignments.

4. Use the How do I cite..... tab to locate specific examples of references from a variety of sources including articles, websites, course materials, and more.


Navigate a citation style guide for citation details






For Chicago style, determine first if you will be using the footnote/endnote or parenthetical style, and then navigate to the relevant details using the top tabs.


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