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Library Citation Guides

MLA Citation Guide

  • Alphabetize your list of sources by the author's last name; if no author name exists for the source, start the citation with the title of the document.
     
  • Double-space between each citation and between each line within a citation.
     
  • After the first line of a citation (which is set flush left), all subsequent lines must be indented one-half inch (five spaces in 12 point font). (See examples below).
     
  • Examples are based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (8th ed. - 2016) which is located at the Learning Commons Information Desk. Please see this book or the College's reference librarians for additional help and examples. 
     
  • MLA 8th Ed. General Works Cited Guide
  • MLA In-Text Citations
  • Other MLA Guides

 

 

APA Citation Guide

APA Citation Guide

  • Double space all citations
  • Use a hanging indent on the second line (and all subsequent lines)
  • Beginning in 2009, APA requires a digital object identifier (doi) whenever possible. To locate a doi or look up an article from a doi go to: CrossRef.org
  • Examples are based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. (2010) which is located in the Reference section of the learning commons (REF BF76.7 .P83 2010)

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The College librarians have compiled more APA citation examples here:
APA 6 Citation long guide 

Online information for citation examples of APA style