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Citing Electronic Sources
Use the following links to find information about citing electronic sources.
Different citation formats are used by different academic disciplines. Professors will often require a particular format, but if they have no preference these guidelines may be helpful:
- APA - psychology, education, and other social sciences
- MLA - literature, arts, and humanities
- Turabian - designed for college students to use with all subjects
- Chicago - used with all subjects in the "real world" by books, magazines, newspapers and other non-scholarly publications