Citation Help


APA Formatting and Style Guide 7th Edition

Need to format your paper and cite your resources using APA? Our APA Guide can help put you on the right track.

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APA Formatting Basics:

  • You may use any of the following fonts: 12-point Times New Roman, 11-point Georgia, 11-point Calibri, 11-point Arial, or 10-point Lucida Sans Unicode.
  • Use the same font throughout the paper.
  • All pages are numbered and double spaced.
  • All resources cited in your paper are listed on the Reference page at the end of your paper.

 
Can’t figure out how to format your Microsoft Word document in APA format?

  • Our APA Template can help. (Note: Clicking the link downloads a copy of the MS Word template to your computer)

For more details and information on specific resource citation, check out Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL).


MLA Formatting and Style Guide 9th Edition

Need to format your paper and cite your resources using MLA? Our MLA Guide can help you get started.

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MLA Formatting Basics:

  • All resources cited in your paper are listed on the Works Cited page at the end of your paper.
  • Use 12 pt. font
  • All pages are double spaced.
  • All pages are numbered with your last name preceding the number.

 
Can’t figure out how to format your Microsoft Word document in MLA format?

  • Our MLA Template can help. (Note: Clicking the link downloads a copy of the MS Word template to your computer)

For more details and information on specific resource citation, check out Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL).