Citing Print & Electronic Resources


Full online version of the American Medical Association style manual. Organized by content area, it also has an alphabetical index to aid writing and citing for medical journals.

If you need to know how to create an annotated bibliography, this tutorial will explain how to do so.

Takes information from a variety of sources (including films, websites, and newspapers) and generates a formatted bibliography.

Fully searchable and easy to use, the Chicago Manual of Style Online provides answers to questions about grammar and style as well as guidance in formatting citations and references. The online edition features tools for manuscript preparation, sample letters, a quick style guide, and more.

The library's guide to citing a variety of materials in various formats.

Provides several resources for citing online information in various formats. From the Internet Public Library.

Teaches which parts of archival resources need to be included in citations. Focus is on University of Illinois materials.

Directions on citing a variety of multimedia items in various citation formats.

Information on citing archival resources from the federal government.

Demonstrates how to cite online resources, such as web sites and e-mails, in Modern Language Association (MLA), American Psychological Association (APA), CMS (Chicago Manual of Style), and CBE (Council of Biology Editors) styles. Content is under "Research and Citation" in the right menu. From Purdue University's Online Writing Lab.

Uses ISBN numbers to find book citations in a variety of formats.

Generates citations in MLA, APA, Turabian, or Chicago formats.

Citing government documents can be tricky, but Uncle Sam tries to clarify the process.

Formatting instructions for MLA and APA.