You must cite the sources of ideas and information in your research papers to give your arguments strength and to avoid plagiarism. Find out more by reading BCIT Library's Student Guide to Plagiarism [PDF] or watching this five minute online video.
- APA Citation [PDF] BCIT Library
- APA Style Guide for Business Sources [PDF] BCIT Library
- APA Citation Style UBC Library
- APA Citation Guide [online] SFU Library
- APA Style Guide [online] Douglas College Library
- APA Formatting and Style Guide [online] Purdue University
- Sample paper in APA style [PDF] Purdue University
- APA Style Guide to Electronic References [PDF]
- MLA Style Guide[PDF] BCIT Library
- MLA Citation Guide [PDF] UBC Library
- MLA Citation Guide [online] SFU Library
- MLA Style Guide [online] Douglas College Library
- MLA Formatting and Style Guide [online] Purdue University
- Sample Paper in MLA style [PDF] Purdue University
- IEEE Citation [online] BCIT Library
- AMA Style [PDF] BCIT Library
- Vancouver Style [PDF] BCIT Library
To save time, use a free online citation builder. Be sure to double-check the generated citations for accuracy.
Citation Builder (MLA, APA, and CSE styles) - North Carolina State University Libraries In Microsoft Word 2007, you can manage your in-text citations and create bibliographies. To do so click on the "References" tab. Choose your style to insert citations and create bibliographies in APA, MLA, and others.