Citation Styles

Writing and Citation FormattingOpens in a new window, 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 MatterOpens in a new window
Tutorial: Why Citations MatterOpens in a new window

Video: APA CitationsOpens in a new window (4 min.)
Tutorial: APA CitationsOpens in a new window
Quiz: APA CitationsOpens in a new window

Video: MLA 7th Edition Citation StyleOpens in a new window (4 min.)
Video: MLA 8th Edition Citation StyleOpens in a new window (4 min.)
Tutorial: MLA 8th Edition Citation StyleOpens in a new window
Quiz: MLA CitationsOpens in a new window

Video: Turabian Citation StyleOpens in a new window (4:50)
Quiz: Turabian CitationsOpens in a new window

Video: Harvard Citation StyleOpens in a new window (4:10)

Video: Chicago Style Book CitationsOpens in a new window (3:30)

Video: Chicago Style Journal and Website CitationsOpens in a new window (3:30)

Cite SourceOpens in a new window Trinity College Library
Presents citation formats for the Chicago Manual of Style, The ACS Style Guide, the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, and Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).