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* Women & Gender Studies: Cite Sources

A guide to research, reference and course materials.

Citing Sources Using APA

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 6th ed. LEW Reserve Ref BF 76.7 P83 2010

APA Formatting and Style Guide. (OWL Purdue website)

APA Style (APA website) Includes tutorials.

Son of Citation Machine APA Format

Citing Sources Using MLA

MLA Handbook for writers of research papers.
LEW Reserve Ref LB 2369 .G53 2009
POR and GOR Reference LB 2369 .G53 2009

MLA Formatting and Style Guide (OWL Purdue website)

Son of Citation Machine MLA format

Research Instruction

Citing Sources

Bedford Handbook 8th edition
LEW Reserve and GOR Reference PE 1408 .H277 2010

Publication manual of the American Pyschological Association
LEW Reserve BF 76.7 .P83 2010

Writer's Reference
POR, GOR, LEW Reference PE 1408 .H2778 2007

Bedford Guide for College Writers (with Bedford Handbook) 8th ed.
LEW Reserve PE 1408 .K49 2008


Looking for a shortcut?

Many of our databases provide you with help formatting your citations according to APA, MLA, or other citation styles. 

In the EBSCO databases (Academic Search Complete, Historical Abstracts, PsycInfo), when you print, email, or save your citations, you can change the setting from the default "standard field format" to "citation format", and then choose the style you want.