Citing Sources at the End of a Paper
Use this tool to find examples for citing many kinds of resources at the end of your paper using the MLA, APA, Chicago, ASA or Turabian styles.
Choose from a list of printable PDF documents include basic guidelines, tips and examples for citing sources using specific styles.
Including a list of Works Cited at the end of an essay is not enough. Learn how to cite the use of a source in the text of your paper.
Other Sources & Styles
Review five different methods for including the words of another writer or information from a research resource into the text of your paper.
Learn how to create an annotated bibliography for a class assignment or for your own use as a researcher and writer.
Use NoodleTools to create bibliographies in MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian style. The "Notecards" and "Outline" options allow you to collect information from a source along with the citation and then organize information from different sources as you prepare to complete a paper or project.
Tutorials and more to help you learn how to use the library's online bibliographic management software.
Find links to a number of online resources to help construct your citations.
See Trinity University's definitions of plagiarism and consider how to avoid these situations.
Information and links for faculty members and others to use in detecting plagiarized materials.