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Answered By: Kathy Clark
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014     Views: 5

The Phillips Library has many resources on all citation styles.

Click the link for the Citation Styles Research Guide or find the guide on the Phillips Library homepage select "Research by Subject" and then "Citation Formats"

Find the box on APA.  There are many links to APA style - The OWL from Purdue is an exceptional resource.  Here is the link about in text citations.

Print resources on all citation styles can also be found in the Phillips Library.  Please ask an Information Services Librarian for assistance in finding these materials.

The Center For Teaching and Learning has a page devoted to writing resources which includes information about both APA and MLA.

Without seeing your sources or the context you are using them it is hard to judge, but be warned that a website with no author is a warning that the information lacks credibility.

Thank you for using Ask A Librarian.  Please contact an Information Services Librarian if you have further questions.