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Need help citing your sources MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian style? JSRCC Library’s Citing Sources web page provides numerous, helpful links to various formats & examples for citing sources including: MLA – Works Cited page; APA – Reference page; Chicago/Turabian – Notes & Bibliography page; in-text citations; and sample papers. Also included are links to tools that help you create or automatically generate citations in the correct format as well as interactive citation tutorials and exercises. The Citing Sources web page link is also available from the JSRCC Library home page under Research Help. For personalized, one-on-one help with citing sources, contact the Reference Desk. Our librarians are more than happy to assist you.
JSRCC Library’s Citing Information Sources web page provides links to handouts with examples on how to cite various print & online resources in both MLA & APA style. Also included are links to other citation examples on the web and citation machines. You can also get to this web page by clicking on Citing Sources under the Research Help section from the JSRCC Library home page. If you need more help in citing your sources for a research paper or project, we encourage you to come see our Reference Librarians at the Reference Desk. Our librarians are more than happy to personally assist you.