Use these "cheat sheets" to find sample citations for a variety of source types. You'll see citations for journal articles, online resources, books, and more.
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Ryan Library has books for each of the main styles (APA, MLA, ASA, Chicago, etc.) available in the Reference Area. Below are some specific examples:
Use the links below to find citation and writing help pages from a variety of online sources.
Ask a librarian if you need further assistance.
EndNote (Basic) is a web-based tool for managing and citing references in papers and creating bibliographies which allows users to:
Addtional instructions are at the Endnote Guide.
PLNU's College Composition courses use the 8th Edition of the St. Martin's Handbook as a guide to research.
Chapter 32 provides guidance for citing sources in MLA style.
Chapter 33 provides guidance for citing sources in APA style.