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Willis N. Hackney Library

Citation Help--APA, MLA , SBL, AMS, ACS, and CSE Styles

This guide explains what citations are and why they're necessary, providing tools and examples for citing sources properly in APA, MLA, SBL, and AMS styles. It also provides access to resources explaining plagiarism and how to avoid it.

Online Citation Builders

The following online sites help you build a citation in a variety of formats, including MLA.

(Note: Accuracy of citations created using the following online citation building tools may vary; always compare these tool-created citations with the print manuals for both the MLA and APA styles.)

Official MLA Style Help from the Modern Language Association--9th Edition

Online MLA Style Guide Help

Help with Formatting Word 2016 Documents To Accommodate Different Page Numbering Formats