I need citation help
Did you know that many of our databases provide MLA and APA citations for the articles you find? Look for the links that say "Cite." In the main Library Search, this can be found on the right side of the page that loads when you click on the title of a book or an article.
Here are some resources for you to explore:
NoodleBib - not only creates works cited and bibliographies in MLA, APA or Chicago Style, it helps you manage writing projects and papers from beginning to end.
Ask a Librarian - Librarians are more than happy to help you with your citation questions.
St. Edward's University Writing Center - The Writing Center is a service provided by the School of Humanities for the St. Edward's University Community. The Center is in Sorin Hall Room 105. See: St. Edward's University Writing Center Resources
QUICK TUTOR Online Writing Help - Undergraduate students in any discipline may use this service. Students are allowed to submit a paragraph
Purdue Online Writing Lab - Comprehensive information about writing and citing from Purdue University.
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers - Print edition. Ask at the Library Information Desk, 3rd floor Doyle.
APA - Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association - Print edition. Ask at the Library Information Desk, 3rd floor Doyle.
APA Style Blog - This resource is searchable and may provide the answer your citation question.