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Citing Sources: Citing Sources

Links to a variety of resources on the MLA, APA, and Chicago citation formats including sample papers, tutorials, guides, and citation generators.

Sample Research Papers

APA Style Sample Research Papers
MLA Style Sample Research Papers

Chicago Style Sample Research Papers

Citation Style Tutorials

The University of Texas at San Antonio has produced  a number of clear, short, YouTube tutorials  including:  How to Cite MLA and  How to Cite APA.   The following  video is an example:

Citation Guides

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.

Annotated Bibliographies

Citation Generators

Note: Citation generators are not always 100% accurate. Remember to check your citation against other citation style resources listed on this page for the correct formatting and punctuation guidelines.

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