Welcome to the
Online Citation Guide!

This page is designed to help you cite information properly when writing research papers.  Click on any of the citation styles above to find step-by-step instructions for preparing works cited pages and in-text citations (parenthetical, footnotes, and endnotes).  Be sure to check with your instructor to see that you are using the proper citation style.  You can return to this welcome screen at any time by clicking on the "Online Citation Guide" logo in the menu bar.  

This guide covers citation of resources on the World Wide Web.  

The OCG is best used online.  While you can print pages of the guide and use them effectively to help you cite resources, it is easier to use the guide online because of the many hyperlinks involved.  On many of the citation format pages, specific formatting cases are mentioned and an example is linked directly following the formatting conventions.

This page was created in Summer 2000 for the L.A. Beeghly Library and Juniata's Information Access Course (IT 100).


This page is best viewed using Internet Explorer 5.0 or greater. Please send questions, comments, and suggestions to ia@juniata.edu.  
Created: 06/27/2000
Last Modified: 09/25/2002