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Wondering what APA or MLA means? Want to know how to cite resources like books, articles, websites, and movies? Then try clicking on the links below for the answers!
Links to the American Psychological Association's (APA) Style page. This webpage provides tutorials on the basics of APA style, APA style help, and FAQs about APA style.
Created by the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University, this guide provides information on creating in-text citations and Reference Pages in APA style for a variety of sources, as well as tips on style, formatting and using tables and figures in your paper.
Created by the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University, this guide provides general information on the Modern Language Association (MLA) citation style including the basics of in-text citations and creating Works Cited pages for a variety of sources, as well as sample papers and information on how to use tables and figures in your paper.
This tutorial by Hunter College Libraries (SUNY) teaches guides you through the basics of MLA citation style.
This collection of websites includes YouTube videos, tutorials, guides and more on all aspects of MLA style. Learn how to use in-text citions, create bibliographies, format your paper and more.