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Faculty at WNC expect students to follow a "citation style" and they will generally indicate which one they want them to use. There are several styles available, but the two most commonly used at WNC are the MLA and APA citation styles. Most faculty teaching English require the MLA Style. If you have questions about which one to use, ask your instructor.
This free citation generator will help you compile a citation list in APA, Chicago, Turabian, or MLA styles.
Note: Citation generators are not always 100% accurate. Remember to check your citation against other APA citation style resources listed on this page for the correct formatting and punctuation guidelines.
Easy Bib - MLA Only
The MLA style citation generator is free, but you must pay a fee for help with the APA and Chicago style citation composers.
Guide to Free Citation Generators 2
Produced by University at Albany, SUNY, this list provides links to other citation generators.
A free site from the Hekman Library at Calvin College generates MLA, APA, or Chicago style citations.
This is a free citation generator from NoodleTools. It will help you compose citations in the APA, Chicago, and MLA styles. This is an excellent site for those students who are new to composing citations for a References page.