An important step in the research process is being able to properly use citation in your papers in order to show where you found your information. Citation can be challenging, but luckily we have created these guides to help and there are a lot of resources available in the library!
- Publication manual of the American Psychological Association.
CALL NUMBER 808.06615 P976 2010 – At Reference Desk and on 2nd Floor Circulating Shelves
- MLA Handbook
CALL NUMBER 808.027 M685W 2016 — On Reserve and at Reference Desk
- The Chicago Manual of Style
CALL NUMBER: 808.0270973 C5327S 2017 — Reference and Reference Desk
- The Little Seagull Handbook
CALL NUMBER: 808.042 B9381L 2017 — On Reserve, at Reference Desk, and on 2nd Floor Circulating Shelves
Rules for Writers
CALL NUMBER: 808.02 H118RW — At Reference Desk and on 2nd Floor Circulating Shelves
- Purdue OWL
- In addition to providing citation information for MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian formats, this resource covers grammar and the basics of writing a research paper.
- APA Style for Electronic Resources
- Most up-to-date resource for APA guidelines on electronic resources like websites and emails
- MLA Style
- Latest information on MLA Style.
- MLA 8 Style Guide (Norton)
- MLA 8 style updates for the Little Seagull textbook published by W.W. Norton [external pdf]
- Chicago Manual of Style
- Home for the Chicago Manual of Style
- The Source
- Created for OCC students by Professor David Bordelon, featuring examples of APA and MLA citations for dozens of sources.