Resources for Citing Sources
This page provides you with links to library resources and Web sites to assist you in citing your sources and creating bibliographies.
Note: When using a Web tool or software to cite your sources, you should always double-check your work.
|This powerful tool provides more than 100 filters for various citation styles and publications all of which enable you to enter your citation information and produce formatted citations. Write-n-Cite, a downloadable plug-in enables you to interact directly with Word. You must have a valid EUP ID to use this software.|
|Developed and maintained by Dr. Wendy Austin (EUP English Dept. Faculty), this site provides quick, up-to-date advice and pertinent information on how to and why you should cite sources.|
|Learn what citation guides the library has in its printed collection.|
|An easy-to-use online resource for creating basic citations in a variety of formats.|
|Eastern Washington University's tutorial on APA and MLA citation formats.|
|A comic book that provides an excellent (and clever!) introduction to the notions of copyright and fair use. HTML, Flash Animation, and PDF versions are available.|
|This handout outlines the citation process and provides some examples of commonly used citations (using APA style).|