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Citation Styles

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To find your citation style guide, simply use the tabs at the top of this page or click the appropriate link below

Citation Generators

The following free online citation generators can be very helpful in formatting your citations.

Note: the citations generated from these sites are not always perfect. You are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of your citations.

OWL (Purdue University)

The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University is an invaluable resource when you have questions about different citations and writing styles.

Welcome to the Citation Guide!

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This guide is designed to help students (and faculty and staff) with citations in a variety of formats. This guide is NOT exhaustive either in the types of citation styles or the sources you might cite in each style. This guide is simply meant as a reference.


If you have questions about citing a source not listed in this guide, please contact your instructor. If you do not see your citation style on this guide, please contact Kathleen Lowe. 

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