When writing a research paper for a class, your professor will either assign or allow you to choose a citation style that will help you accurately format your paper. Along with formatting, citations provide appropriate credit to the words or ideas of others in your paper.
If a citation style of interest is not cited here, contact the Wellehan Library for assistance.
APA Important Notice
The APA has released a revised publication manual (7th edition).
If your campus class requires APA citation style, follow the guidelines found in the revised Wellehan Library APA Guide. See the link below.
Online programs (Nursing, Social Work, Health Administration, Interdisciplinary Studies) will require following the new guidelines beginning in the September 2020 term.
Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Education will require following the new guidelines beginning in the October 2020 term.
- What is MLA style?
- Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorial (This audio/visual tutorial runs 5 minutes and 52 seconds.)
- MLA Checklist 8th ed
- Guide to Citing Theology Resources
- MLA List of Works Cited
- MLA In-text Citations
- MLA Sample Paper
- MLA Formatting and Style Guide
- MLA Endnotes and Footnotes
- MLA Content and Bibliographic Notes
- MLA Frequently Asked Questions About the Style Manual
- MLA Frequently Asked Questions About the Handbook
- CSE Citation-Name In-text Examples
- CSE Citation-Sequence In-text Examples
- CSE Name-Year In-text Examples
- CSE References Examples (Journals, Books, Websites, etc.)