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Citation Guide: Citation Tutorials and Videos

We've created this guide to help you cite your research in your paper, and to provide you with information on resources available at the Jonathan Edwards Library.

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MLA Web Links

Looking for something not covered by the video on this page? Or do you want to double-check to see if you've done your in-text citations correctly? Here are some useful links:

APA Web Links

Need a bit more help than what's provided in the video on this page? Still unsure if you're doing your in-text citations correctly? Here's a couple of useful links:

New Citation Tools

Citation Tools
APA 7th Edition Guide With Citation Generator - One of the best sites, Purdue Owl has updated their APA site to include not only the NEW 7th edition, but have included a very easy to use citation guide.
How To Put Together An Annotated Bibliography - A guide in three parts from Purdue University's Owl Site, the definitive site for help with writing a paper.  This site provides an overview of the annotated bibliography, plus a page on breaking down its components, and an additional page with samples. Link -


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Chicago Manual of Style Web Links

Unlike MLA and APA, where there is one way to create in-text citations, Chicago style has two ways of creating in-text citations: the notes and bibliography method and the author-date method. Check with your instructor as to his/her preferred method. Here are some excellent links that explain the two methods: