OWL “Research and Citation”
A quick look at several works-cited formats from the libraries at Purdue University.
Reading, Writing, and Researching for History
Discussion of historical arguments, structuring the paper, working with sources, editing, evaluating, and samples from Bowdoin College.
Research and documentation
From Diana Hacker…guidelines for finding information, documenting sources, sample papers, style manual list, and glossary of research terms.
Examples of APA, Chicago/Turabian, and MLA style for both print and electronic citations. Maintained by the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Links on plagiarism for professors and students. How to avoid it. How to detect it.
From Calvin College’s Hekman Library, KnightCite is an interactive Web tool for producing citations to credit other’s information.
The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
“Provides common sense guidance to the grammatically confused and the punctuation impaired.” Choice Special Issue 39, p. 60.