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Citation Help   Tags: apa, citations, mla  

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Last Updated: Feb 24, 2015 URL: Print Guide

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UCC Citation Guides

You'll need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on the computer you're using to read these PDF documents. We also have copies of all of these guides-- and more-- available at the Library, free for the taking.

If you would like further assistance, or are wrestling with a citation type not covered by the guides above, you can find more assistance in the style handbooks available in the UCC Library Reference section, or contact a librarian.

Automatic Citation Generators

  • NoodleBib
    NoodleBib is a step-by-step tool the UCC Library subscribes to that will help you generate, edit, and publish MLA and APA-style source lists. Go to the NoodleBib web site and create your own personal folder (it's FREE to you) and start cranking out those citation lists.
  • BibMe
    A free online citation generator that searches for the source entered and then fills out the citation information automatically. Works for MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.
    "A free Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives right where you do your work — in the web browser itself."
  • Son of Citation Machine
    The successor to one of the web's original free citation managers, Citation Machine.

Citation Handbooks in the Library & on the Web

Citation Handbook Guides in the Library & on the Web

APA ManualThe American Psychological Association offers their style guidelines for electronic resources. For advice on other APA formats see their Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (REF 808.02 P) in the UCC Reference collection.

MLA handbook

The Modern Language Association (MLA) provides Frequently Asked Questions about MLA Style which includes answers to questions like, "How many spaces should I leave after a period or other concluding mark of punctuation? and Should I use underlining or italics?" You may have to hunt a little to find this part of their site. Look for a link to Frequently Asked Questions About MLA Style.

The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (REF 808.02 M) is also available in the UCC Reference collection.

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