Citing Your Sources

Earl of March Library Documentation and Notetaking Tools

Citing Sources in All Disciplines

Your teacher will tell you which style to use for each course.

The Difference in Documentation Styles by Subject

Online Writing Lab:  Research and Citation

TipDatabases and electronic encyclopedias will create a citation for you in a variety of styles!

Documentation Styles

Documenting Social Media

Documenting Canadian Government Publications

Documenting images

Documenting sources in other languages (that your audience does not speak)

Documenting AI-Generated Content (ChatGPT, GrammarlyGO, Bing AI, etc.)

Google Docs Citation Tool

Google Docs now includes a citation tool which lets you add your citations into your document very easily. Go to Tools > Citations. Select the citation style you need (MLA or APA only -- Chicago Notes & Bibliography is not included) then click + Add citation source. You have to enter your sources; there is no way to import from a citation creator. Once you have added a source, you can create an in-text citation, and eventually create your bibliography.

Other Citation Generators

MyBib free citation generator & MyBib Chrome extension

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Video:  Using MyBib Citation Generator (from Spokane Falls Community College Library)
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