Basic principles of citing resources using the American Sociological Association's format. Adopted specifically for the use of students who are writing papers, using the ASA style.
This online application allows you to generate inidividual citations. Style choices include APA, Chicago, MLA or Turbian.
Elements of Style
First edition of the guide to language usage by William Strunk. Transcribed as a part of Columbia's Project Bartleby.
MLA Style--Citing Online Sources
This site section applies the principals of MLA style to citing online resources.
Online! A reference guide to using Internet Sources
The citation styles section of this online guide provides one of the most comprehensive online overviews for citing web pages, discussion lists, etc. using MLA, APA, Chicago, and CBE styles. Produced by the authors of the Bedford Handbook.
Research & Documentation Online
On-line overview of research and documentation. Includes brief examples of citing electronic resources using such styles Chicago, MLA, APA and others.