Oregon School Library Information System Provides links to the Research process, Search Strategies, Gathering and Organizing Information, Beyond Surfing, Evaluation Sources including when and how to cite, Presenting Results, and Online Tools.
You Quote It, You Note It! An online tutorial that explains the basics of avoiding plagiarism by learning why, when, and how to cite from Vaughan Memorial Library at Arcadia University.
Is it Plagiarism? An online form. Take the quiz and we will discuss each question so you won't fall into the plagiarism trap.
Credible Sources Count! An online tutorial from Vaughan Memorial library at Arcadia University that helps you evaluate any information you find on the web. Can you recognize reliable information?
How to Format Bibliographies and In-Text Citations
Online Tools for Formatting Bibliographies (Templates)
Do you need help in setting up your works cited page? Do you have questions about punctuation? The following list will help you format your sources. Each one uses the MLA (Modern Language Association) style. Try each of these sites and decide which one you prefer. You might have to make some minor adjustments on your final copy. Be sure to check the formatting guides above.
Citation Machine -- Create your works cited page using MLA 7, APA, Turabian or Chicago styles. Citation Machine even formats your in-text citations.
Easy Bib-- formats and alphabetizes your list using MLA 7 style. You can create a free account so you can easily save and retrieve your work. Download your "works cited" page to a word document. Individual subscriptions to Easybib Pro can be purchased.There is a free app available.