How to Document Electronic Sources

APA Style

Listed are "Electronic Reference Formats" recommended by the American Psychological Association. The American Psychological Association Style Manual is available in the Reference Section of the Amberton University Library.

http://www.apastyle.org/elecref.html

APA Style Citation Examples:

http://www.nwmissouri.edu/library/citing/apa.htm#ebsco

MLA Style

These guidelines on MLA documentation style are the only ones available on the Internet that are authorized by the Modern Language Association of America. The MLA Style Manual is available in the Reference Section of the Amberton University Library. Additional information is also available through the MLA website.

MLA Style Citation Examples 

Turabian Style

This "Abbreviated Guide" on Turabian Style is provided as a tip sheet. The Turabian Style Manual is available in the Reference Section of the Amberton University Library. Additional informaition is also available from external resources.

Turabian Style Citation Examples

Chicago Style

This website offers a quick guide and example citations in the Chicago style. The Chicago Style Manual is available in the Reference Section of the Amberton University Library.

Chicago Style Citation Guide and Examples 

Avoiding Plagiarism

The link below defines and describes plagiarism, and gives general guidelines for using sources. Also listed are several ways to avoid plagiarism, and touches upon the topic of plagiarism and the web.

Plagiarism Information