allows you to create a personal account and save citations and create
a whole Works Cited page. Account must be set up on campus before it's accessible from home.
Research and Documentation
Online by Diana Hacker has documentation examples in sample research
Center at UW Madison has citation guides for APA, Chicago/Turabian,
MLA and more.
is a UW-Washington County site that has guidelines for citing electronic
sources such as full-text article databases and web sites.
Online Writing Lab at UW Waukesha
offers UW-Colleges students the opportunity to e-mail drafts of their writing
to the OWL staff and receive feedback from a peer writing tutor.
will format your citations in MLA, APA or Chicago styles. Provided by
Son of Citation Machine will
format your citations in MLA, APA or Chicago styles. Provided by the Landmark
EasyBib.com will format your citations
in MLA format online for free. Just type in your information and then
print or email it to yourself in the correct format. APA style available
with two week free trial.
DocsCite from ASU Libraries helps you cite government documents.
Citing Government Documents from University of Nebraska.
If you have a citation for an article and want to find the full text of the article use Citation Linker.
What is plagiarism?
Plagiarism can be defined as "appropriating another person's ideas or words (spoken or written) without attributing those word or ideas to their true source." Plagiarism applies to the use of sources, lab work and assignments, creative work, exams, quizzes and tests.