Listed below is a link to RefWorks, a web-based bibliographic manager provided by the University of Miami Libraries. Following RefWorks are guides to four most common citation styles: APA (American Psychological Association), MLA (Modern Language Association), Chicago and Turabian. Last, you will see links to resources comparing citation styles.


RefWorks (Personal Web-based Citation Manager)
RefWorks is a web-based bibliography and database manager provided by the University of Miami Libraries for students, faculty and staff to create their own personal bibliographic database by importing references from text files or online databases. RefWorks supports all major citation styles.

APA Style (American Psychological Association)

The American Psychological Association has recently published a 7th Edition of the APA Style Guide. Purdue Owl will update its APA Online Style Guide to the contents of this new in the Spring of 2020.

NOTE: The formatting of in text citations and biographic references have not changed much. See the information in the following link for the most “notable” changes: APA Style 7th Edition: The Changes You Need To Know

APA Formatting and Style Guide (OWL at Purdue University)

APA Documentation Guide
(University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center)

APA Style – Supplemental Resources for formatting manuscripts, papers, essays, etc.
(American Psychological Association)

MLA Style (Modern Language Association)

MLA Style (OWL at Purdue University)

MLA Style Format for Print & Electronic Sources
(University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center)

Chicago Style

Chicago Manual of Style Online

Chicago Manual of Style (Owl at Purdue University)

Turabian Style

Turabian Style Guide
(Library @ The University of Southern Mississippi)

Comparative Guide

Citing Sources: Documentation Guidelines for citing sources and avoiding plagiarism
See “Citing Sources Within Your Paper” and “Assembling a List of Works Cited” for comparative tables (Duke University Libraries, Guide to Library Research)