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 Basics Tutorial (This audio/visual tutorial runs 9 minutes.)
- Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorial (This audio/visual tutorial runs 6 minutes.)
- APA Beyond Basics Tutorial (This audio/visual tutorial runs 8 minutes and 39 seconds.)
- Wellehan Library APA Guide
- APA Checklist
- APA Formatting in Word for Windows
- APA Formatting in Word for Mac
- Headers, Footers and Page Numbers in Google Docs
- What is APA style?
- APA Frequently Asked Questions
- APA’s DOI and URL Flowchart
- APA Sample Paper
- More APA In-text Citation Examples
- More APA References List Examples
- What is MLA style?
- MLA Checklist
- 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.)