Citation Style Guides

There are numerous styles used to credit your information sources.  Huron Heights uses APA (American Psychological Association), Chicago Manual Style and MLA (Modern Language Association) guides depending on the course and/or teacher.  Be sure to check carefully which style your teacher prefers!

1.  APA Citation Style

APA Sample (modified from University of Guelph’s Learning Commons)

2.  Chicago Citation Style

CMS Sample (modified from University of Guelph’s Learning Commons)

 

3.  MLA Citation Style

 MLA Sample (modified from University of Victoria Libraries)

MLA Style Guides

MLA Note-taking Templates

Use these worksheets to record point-form notes from research.   Different layouts for different source types are provided. The first document gives helpful general information on how to take good notes.

MLA Note-Taking / Paraphrasing Practice

4.  Interactive Bibliography Tools