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Documentation & Plagiarism
APA Documentation Style
In the APA (American Psychological Association) format, one of several documentation formats, you briefly identify our sources in the text of your paper, then give the full information in the Reference List at the end of the paper. Each campus library has a copy of the Publication Manual of the APA available for use in the library and in the circulating collection that you can check out for 2 weeks. We've also created on online guide with several examples and tips:
MLA (Modern Language Association) Documentation Style
Each campus Library has a copy of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers in the Reference collection for use in the library and copies in the circulating collection that you can check out for 2 weeks. We've also created on online guide with several examples and tips:
Free Automatic Bibliography and Citation Generator. Use EasyBib to create a Works Cited page instantly in MLA, APA, or Chicago.
A citation generator for MLA, APA, Turabian and Chicago styles.
A citation generator created by the Hekman Library of Calvin College. It assists with creating citations in MLA, APA, and Chicago for all types of resources. You have the option to register for additional features such as saving and exporting citations.
Use NoodleBib Express to quickly create citations in MLA or APA, or register for a NoodleBib MLA Starter account for additional features such as the ability save citations and format a works cited page.
A Firefox extension that helps with the collection, management, and citation of sources. This has to be downloaded so it does not work on library computers.
Note: For Firefox only.