These pages provide additional information about
citing information in various styles:
The MLA's Home Page
Sources from the World Wide Web - information directly from the
Citation Styles - chapters from the book of the same name on MLA,
APA, CBE, and Chicago styles for citing Internet resources.
Style Sheet for Citing Internet Sources - from UC Berkeley, covers
MLA, APA, and Turabian styles
and Style Guides - APA, MLA, and Turabian guides from the Concordia
University Library; also grammar guides (Adobe Acrobat Reader files)
Handbook - Documentation Guide - from the University of Wisconsin-Madison;
includes information on the following styles: American Political Science
Association, APA, Chicago/Turabian, MLA, and Numbered References.
Listing on Internet Citation
Council of Science Editors - formerly the Council of Biology Editors
Web Style Guide - a guide for publishing information on the World
Walker's Online Style Guide - from the developer of the MLA Internet
citation styles at the University of South Florida
- tips for getting started on research papers
to Citation Styles - APA and MLA from Murdoch University
Electronic and Print Resources - links to several Internet resources
Formats - Citing Materials in Research - CBE, APA, MLA, Turabian,
and Chicago styles from Christopher Newport University.
Manual of Style FAQ - More information on Chicago style directly
from the University of Chicago Press.
Style Resources - Bedford St. Martin's research and documentation
guide with resources of citation in MLA style.
Research Paper - A sample research paper in APA style with writing
Writing Tips for Information
Access Assignments - writing and mechanics guidelines other than