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Library Citation Guides

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 College library (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

 

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)

The examples found in the documents below are based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (8th ed. - 2016).  Please see this book or the College reference librarians for additional help and examples. (The book is located at the Information Desk in the Learning Commons.)

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