Citation Management Tools
- EndNote Web - save your sources (web pages, scholarly articles, books), choose a citation style, select sources from your account, and create a works cited or references page in APA, MLA, Chicago or another citation style.
- Zotero - a free, powerful extension for your Firefox web browser that enables you to save and organize your sources. You can select a subset of your sources and format them as a works cited or references list.
Free Citation Creators Online
- KnightCite - generate citations one-at-a-time in APA, MLA, or Chicago style to copy and paste into your works cited or references list.
- Although many other citation creators exist, Wittenberg's own Writing Center recommends KnightCite, which is maintained by the Hekman Library at Calvin College.
Guides for Documenting Sources
- Wittenberg Writing Center's Guide to Citation Styles The Reference Desk isn't the only place you can go for help citing your sources -- the Writing Center offers citation assistance in Hollenbeck Hall, Room 112.
- Citing Sources From Duke University, this searchable site gives examples from the Chicago Manual of style, the MLA Handbook, Turabian, and the American Psychological Association (APA) Manual.
- Research and Documentation From Diana Hacker, the author of "A Writer's Reference," this site provides examples for formatting your document, citing sources in your Works Cited list, and citing sources within the text of your document. Covers APA, Chicago, CSE, and MLA styles.
- American Political Science Association (APSA) Style Guide for Political Science majors.