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Other Citation Resources

Plough Library's Citing Sources guide offers examples of APA, MLA, and Turabian citation styles for print articles, online articles, books, chapter, e-books, encyclopedias, webpages, and other commonly cited forms.

Diana Hacker's Reference and Documentation Online: features include examples--with explanations--of properly formatted papers in APA, MLA, Chicago, and CSE styles.

Citation Resources in Library Databases

CQ Resources (CQ Researcher, CQ Encyclopedia of American Government)

EBSCOHost databases (Academic Search Premier, ATLA, Business Source Premier, ERIC, MLA, PsycArticles, PsycInfo)

Gale databases (Academic OneFile, General OneFile, General Reference Center Gold, Expanded Academic, Health & Reference Center Academic)


Free Web-Based Tools

CiteULike ( (Provided by Springer; requires registration)

Landmark's Son of Citation Machine (