What are citations?
- which ideas are taken from others
- from whom those ideas were taken; give credit where credit is due
- allow researchers to find, read, and comment on each others’ sources
Resources for MLA Citation Style
MLA Citation Style is the citation style you'll be using for your capstone research papers. The current version of the MLA Citation Style is noted in the MLA Handbook (8th edition). Use the resources below to see how to cite using MLA.
You can also ask Brian Vetruba, your librarian for this course, for citation assistance.
What are citation managers? They are apps that allow you to import citation information from databases and catalogs, save PDFs, and format citations for your research using different citations styles (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.). Some managers also allow you to include your own notes.
Common citation managers include Zotero, Mendeley, and Endnote. Many of these are FREE! More information on citations and a comparison of citation managers.
RESOURCES FOR ZOTERO