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Auto-Generate Citations

A number of the Library's online databases allow you to easily generate citations.

It is important to remember to double check the citations against the actual style guide.

Additional online citation generators are listed below.

  • KnightCite  
      
    Create citations for MLA, APA, or Chicago style by entering information from your source.
  • EasyBib
    Free MLA citation generator.
  • DocsCite  
      
    DocsCite can be used for MLA & APA and is is specifically for use with government publications.

AAA Style

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Anthropology courses at PLU generally require students to use the American Anthropological Association (AAA) style guide for research papers.

Full-text is available online.

ACS Style

ACS coverChemistry courses at PLU generally require students to use the American Chemical Society (ACS) style guide for research papers.

Print copy located in the Library

Call Number:

REF QD8.5.A25 2006 

AGU Style

AGU logoYou can use the American Geophysical Union Publications Style for your citations, unless your professor has asked you to use something else. The citation style guide, along with information on manuscript preparation, is available online.

AMA Style

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The AMA Manual of Style is published by the American Medical Association.

Print copy located in the Library


Call Number: REF R119.A533 2007

APA Style

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Business, Psychology & other Social Science courses at PLU generally require students to use the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) for research papers.

Print copy located in the Library

Call Number:  REF BF76.7.P83 2010

ASA Style

ASA Style Guide

Sociology courses at PLU may require students to use the American Sociological Association (ASA) style guide for research papers.

Print copy located in the Library

Call Number:

REF HM73.A547x 2010

Bluebook (Legal citations)

bluebook

The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation is considered "the definitive style guide for legal citations in the United States."

Print copy located in the Library


Call Number: REF KF245 .B58

CSE Style

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Biology & other Natural Science courses at PLU may require students to use Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers for research papers.

Print copy located in the Library

Call Number:  REF T11.S386 2006

Chicago Style

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History and some other Humanities course may require students to use the Chicago Manual of Style.  

Print copy located in the Library

Call Number:

REF Z253.U69 2010 

Fulltext available Online

GSA Style

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You can use the GSA Publications Style for your citations, unless your professor has asked you to use something else. The citation style guide, along with information on manuscript preparation, is available online.

MLA Style

MLA

English and other Language & Humanities courses often  require students to use the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, from the Modern Language Association.

Print copy located in the Library

Call Number: REF LB2369.G53 2009

SBL Style

SBL Handbook of Style

Some Religion courses require students to use the SBL Handbook of Style, from the Society of Biblical Literature. 

This style addresses some of the unique sources used in Biblical Studies including commentaries & Biblical citations.

Print copy located in the Library

Call Number: REF PN147 .S26 1999 

Turabian Style

Turabian manual

Professors in various courses may require the use of Kate Turabians, A Manual for Writers. This is a modified version of the Chicago Style. 

Print copy located in the Library

 

Call Number: REF LB2369.T8 2007

Style Manual for Political Science

APSA style manual

The Style Manual for Political Science is based on the Chicago Manual of Style and provides specific instruction for citing the various resource types used in Political Science research.

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