The Learning Hub offers help to students in improving skills in writing, grammar and usage, math and statistics, science, reading, studying, test taking, and more. Click on "Writing" under "Academic Resources" to find tutorials and handouts on citation styles and other topics of interest to students writing papers.
The OWL at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material. Excellent guides for every major citation style, with sections on everything from paper formatting to in-text citations. Goes beyond citation guides to provide general writing resources as well.
This work first appeared in 1993. It was recently revised in January 2010 and reflects changes appearing in the third edition of the ALWD Citation Manual, published in 2006. It is also keyed to the most recent edition of The Bluebook, published in 2005.
Software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies.
Remember to always check over the citations and bibliographies created by citation builders! They can save you time and energy, and help you learn how to format citations, but they can also make mistakes for which your professors will subtract points.
Pulls citation information from the source of your choice (including films, websites, and newspapers) and generates a formatted bibliography in APA, MLA, Chicago, or Turabian style. Must create a (free) account to use. You can also check out their citation guide tab for information on citation styles.