Curtin Memorial Library

Citing Your Sources

EasyBib: the bibliography maker

Consult these web sites to learn how to create bibliographies according to various style guides.


 
General Resources
 
ACS-based Format
 
APA Format
 
Chicago Style
 
MLA Style
 

Assembling a List of Works Cited
(Duke University)

Citing Your Sources
(Berkeley)

Citation Style for Research Papers
(Long Island University)

How to Write a Bibliography
(Oneonta)

Online Citation Generator
(Calvin College)

Online! Citation Styles for Internet Sources
(Bedford/St. Martin’s Press)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 









 

MSMC Division of Natural Sciences Referencing Format
Citation guidelines used by the Division of Natural Sciences at Mount Saint Mary College, based on the ACS (American Chemical Society) Style Guide.

 

 

 

APA Style
(American Psychological Association)
This is a link to the new APA style guidelines along with tutorials on how to implement it.

*What's New in the Sixth Edition

*Corrections to the 6th ed.

APA 6th edition
(NOVA Southeastern University)

APA Exposed: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About APA Format but were Afraid to Ask
(Harvard Graduate School of Education)

APA Formatting & Style Guide
(Purdue University)

 

 

Chicago Citation Style
(Long Island University, CW Post campus)

Chicago Manual of Style Online
(Purdue University)

Chicago/Turabian Style
(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

 

MLA 7th Edition Citation Examples
(Honolulu Community College)

MLA 2009 Formatting & Style Guide
(Purdue University)

MLA Documentation
(University of Wisconsi-Madison)