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Resources for Writers: Citation Help

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Citation Help

When you use resources in your writing, you need to cite them. Different subjects use different styles of citation, and the most common are MLA (Modern Language Association) and APA (American Psychological Association).

Try these resources to help you with APA-style citations:

Use these resources to help you with MLA citation style:

Want more resources?

Try looking through the subject guides on NorQuest Library's website! Find more writing resources and get information specific to your course or program in these collections managed by librarians and tutors.