Writers Workshop: Writer Resources
Thank you for using the Citation Styles Handbook at the Writers Workshop at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. This handbook summarizes and illustrates the bibliographical formatting rules for two different citation styles: the American Psychological Association (APA) style and the Modern Language Association (MLA) style. To see a comprehensive index of topics, click on the following links.
For other useful web sites about citation, please see:
- Annotated Bibliography of Style Manuals
Compiled by Duke University, this bibliography of style manuals includes all-purpose style manuals, some specialized sources, bibliographies that may be consulted in order to locate additional manuals, and several guides to term paper writing and manuscript preparation.
- How to Cite Material Obtained from the Internet
This is the web site for the Yale College Writing Center. Here, examples (MLA, APA, and Chicago) for how to cite online journals, print sources posted online, organization websites, blogs, e-mail and instant messages, among other types of internet sources, are detailed.
- The University of Auckland Student Learning Centre: 'Reference Cite'
- Use this site if you have basic questions about MLA, APA, or Chicago styles.