Citation Styles

Writing and Citation Formatting, a guide created by Rutgers librarians, offers an extensive list of resources to help you cite sources in all major citation styles including APA, CSE, Chicago, and MLA. Also provides information about citation management tools such as RefWorks, Zotero, and Mendeley.

Video: Why Citations Matter
Tutorial: Why Citations Matter

Video: APA 6th Edition Citation Style
Tutorial: APA 6th Edition Citation Style
Quiz: APA 6th Edition Citations

Tutorial: APA Citations 7th Edition
Quiz: APA Citations 7th Edition

Video: MLA 8th Edition Citation Style (4 min.)
Tutorial: MLA 8th Edition Citation Style
Quiz: MLA 8th Edition Citations

Video: MLA 9th Edition Citation Style
Tutorial: MLA 9th Edition Citation Style
Quiz: MLA 9th Edition Citations

Video: Turabian Citation Style 9th Ed.
Quiz: Turabian Style - 9th Edition

Video: Harvard Citation Style (4:10)

Video: Chicago Style, 17th ed. Books and eBooks
Video: Chicago Style 17th ed. Journals
Video: Chicago Style, 17th ed. Websites and Social Media
Quiz: Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition 

APA Style Quick Links

Academic Writer Tutorial: Basics of 7th Edition APA Style
APA Style and Grammar Guidelines
    In-Text Citations
    References Examples
APA Style Blog
    How to Create an APA Style Reference for a Canceled Conference Presentation
Purdue OWL APA 7th Edition

MLA Style Quick Links

Purdue OWL MLA Formatting and Style Guide
MLA Style Blog
    How Do I List a Presentation for a Conference that Was Canceled?

Chicago Manual of Style (Rutgers restricted)

Cite Source Trinity College Library
Presents citation formats for the Chicago Manual of StyleThe ACS Style Guide, the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, and Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).