MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian citation and formatting

The following links provide information on MLA, APA , Chicago, and Turabian citation and formatting.

MLA (Modern Language Association) is the standard for academic writing in the Humanities, including English and ELAC.

APA (American Psychological Association) and is used in the Social Sciences, such as Psychology and Sociology. 

Chicago: Used in Business, History, and Fine Arts by college professors and researchers. 

Turabian: A simplified version of Chicago for students. 

If you are unsure which format to use for your class or subject, ask your professor. 

MLA Citation Style
From Cornell University Library

APA Citation Style
From the Purdue University OWL (Online Writing Lab)

MLA Style Center
Information about MLA, creating citations, and more

Citation Machine: The Complete Guide to MLA, APA, and Chicago Citations
Information on in-text and Work Cited page citations MLA, APA, and Chicago

Turabian Citation Generator
A simplified version of Chicago used by students. For Business, History, and Fine Arts.

Turabian Citation Quick Guide

Chicago/Turabian links and information
From Muskingum University

MLA - From Purdue University OWL
A series of vidcasts with mini-lessons on MLA style, including how-tos on formatting, in-text citations, and Works Cited page.

MLA Formatting and Style Guide - From the Purdue University OWL (Online Writing Lab)

MLA In-Text Citations - From the Purdue University OWL

The Harvard Guide to Using Sources - Information and links on using and citing sources, and avoiding plagiarism - will help you create correct MLA (or APA) citations for your Works Cited page. For this class and all humanities courses, use MLA format for your Works Cited page.

Bibme - Bibme is similar to EasyBib and will help you create MLA Works Cited entries.