Citing Sources using APA, MLA, Chicago, ASA, ESA (Ecology), CSE, AMS Style

The following links are recommended sources to help you with citing sources using one of the three major citation styles (APA, MLA, or Chicago Style), or come visit our Center. We've also added Ecology Style from the Journal of Ecology. If your citation style is not one of the big three or Ecology, we can still work with you! Please make an appointment with one of our tutors.

WMC Quick Guide Comparison:  In Text Citation Practice with Multiple Authors

APA Style Guide (7th Edition)

MLA Style Guide (8th Edition)

The Chicago Manual of Style Online

American Sociological Society (ASA) Style (6th Edition)

ESA (Ecological Society of America) Style

CSE (Council of Science Editors), Scientific Style

  • CSE Quick Guide for three systems of in-text references and end references.

AMS (American Mathematical Society) Style

  • AMS Style Guide online 2017, free
  • AMS uses Chicago Style for grammar and style for scholarly works and "things not covered in the AMS manual" (AMS, 12). See Chicago Style Guide (online).
  • AMS recommends using MathSiNet (MSC) to identify how to complete reference information: It also recommends MathSiNet for the spelling of technical terms.

General Guides to Researching and Documenting Sources

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