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Center for English Language and Culture (CELCIS): Citing Sources

CELCIS Style Guides

Especially prepared for  CELCIS students who need writing assistance and format guidelines for research papers and presentations.  

Most Popular Style Guides

The faculty in CELCIS suggest the use of the American Psychological Association (APA) Style when writing your paper and citing your sources.

For help with other citation styles, visit Purdue OWL 

 

Citation Generators and Tools

There are several ways to get help with citations.

  • Knight Cite - enter your information and it will create a citation for you in APA, MLA or Chicago styles.

  • Citation Machine -  enter your information and it will create a citation for you in APA, MLA or Chicago styles.