The following sites are offered as suggestions for help with citing sources for your college research papers, and were timely at the time of posting. SMC Library cannot guarantee the currency or accuracy of the information provided.
Citing Sources: Duke Libraries' Guide to Research
This very useful site of Duke University offers information on how to cite books, articles, documents in electronic format, etc., using MLA, APA, Turabian, or University of Chicago style.
A Guide for Writing Research Papers Based on Modern Language Association (MLA) Documentation
Offers guidance for each step of the research-paper writing process, such as choosing a topic, advice about plagiarism, constructing an outline, and more. In addition, this site from Capital Community College provides prominent features showcasing MLA documentation, including how to cite sources, prepare a works-cited page, and analyze examples of MLA citation.
APA.org: Electronic References
This American Psychological Association (APA) site offers specific help with citing electronic media and URLs, general electronic references, and offers examples of reference citations for electronic-source materials.