Creating a Works Cited List

By , December 3, 2007 5:39 pm

We’re quickly approaching the end of the Fall semester and due dates for papers and projects. This is the time of the year when people are finishing papers and suddenly needing to know how to reference their sources for the “Works Cited” page at the end of those papers. Fortunately, the Butler Libraries have provided some guides to help you get everything in the right order and formatted correctly.

Just visit http://www.butler.edu/library/?pg=544 and pick the style you need. Whether MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian, or other more specialized formatting styles, we’ve got them all, complete with examples for books, articles, electronic sources, and other types of media.

You can also get to the Citation Guides by going to the main Library webpage, http://www.butler.edu/library, and clicking on Citation Style Guides (listed in the Research column).

If you need more detailed examples than what are provided on our website, stop by the Reference Desk and grab the complete manual. You’re also welcome to Ask a Librarian for assistance with citations.

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