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Citing Sources

Citing Your Sources

There are many different styles used in citing sources. This guide links to resources which show how to cite many of the major styles used at Methodist University.

American Psychological Association (APA) Style

APA Citation Guide from Cornell University Library

APA Documentation from University of Wisconsin, Madison

APA Formatting and Style Guide from Purdue University

APA Style.Org: Electronic References

Modern Language Association (MLA) Style

Create an MLA Works Cited Page from University of Wisconsin, Madison

Frequently Asked Questions about MLA Style from MLA

MLA Citation Style from Cornell University

MLA Formatting and Style Guide from Purdue University

MLA Style Citations from University Maryland

American Chemical Society (ACS) Style

ACS Style Guide from Williams College Libraries

ACS Style Guidelines from University of Wisconsin, Madison

ACS Style Guidelines Quick Guide from University of California, Berkeley Library

Reference Style Guidelines from ACS

American Medical Association (AMA) Style

AMA-Style Citations from James Madison University Libraries

AMA Style Guide from the University of Evansville

AMA Style Guide from Boston University Medical Library

American Sociological Association (ASA) Style

ASA Quick Style Guide from American Sociological Association

Formatting in Sociology (ASA Style) from Purdue University

ASA Citations from University of Conneticut Libraries

Chicago Manual of Style/Turabian Style

Chicago Manual of Style Citation Guide from Purdue University

Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide

Turabian Style from University of Chicago Press

Chicago Styles Citations from Williams College Libraries

Turabian Parenthetical/Reference List Style from Georgetown University