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Your instructor usually determines which style you must use in your papers. Dance courses at WMU generally use MLA Style, however, if you aren't sure, ask your professor.
This page links to information on MLA style and others.
Quick Citation Formatting in Databases. Many databases
allow you to format citations into various writing styles. When available, look
for the wording “cite” or “cite now,” or see if it is
an option after clicking on “save, print, email.”
This citation management tool works with the Firefox Web browser.
OWL -- The Online Writing Lab at Purdue University
The Writing Lab at Purdue University does a superb job of helping to guide students in the use of the writing style guides. Be sure and visit their site once you have put your own citations into the proper format to see check your work.
A WMU Libraries guide to different citation styles, with examples. The Understanding Plagiarism tab will help you to grasp the concept of plagiarism. If you know what plagiarism is, you can avoid committing it!