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Citing Your Sources
Any time you use anyone else's thoughts or language in papers, projects, or reports, you must create a citation to credit that person's authorship.
Here are some websites that show you how to write papers and create citations in APA format:
APA Citation Style
Help for creating in-text citations and reference list; created by Miranda Orvis Kispert, Weber State University in Ogden, Utah Librarian.
Tutorial: APA Citations
Introduction to the APA citation style format and examples of popular source types such as books, journals, and websites. Includes several “check your understanding” questions with drag and drop exercises.
APA Writing Style
Created by a GTC librarian to help students use APA style in their writing.
All citation is not created equally - always check your citation content and formatting with your instructor's preferred style manual!
Citation generator that allows you to find source information via WorldCat.
Free MLA citation
Free citation generator app for your phone
Free citation generator created by George Mason University