Click below for a step-by-step video to set up a paper in APA format.
- Browse our APA Reference Guide for quick citation help
Check out our web resources page for more APA help!
The DSC Library also offers useful tips and guides.
This is the official website for APA style. It includes tutorials and quick guides to common topics and questions. Take time to explore their new APA Style Central, their newest online research tool.
Our Presentation for getting familiar with APA
Welcome to MLA 8!
The DSC-UCF Writing Center is here to help with the changes for both students and faculty. In addition to the resources we provide at our Writing Center, we also have created a short guide to introduce the new edition.
Check out our web resources page for more MLA help!
The DSC Library useful tips and guides to MLA.
This is a website sponsored by the Modern Language Association, and it gives answers to frequently asked questions about style in the MLA Handbook. It offers accessible advice and answers to frequent concerns with the newest 8th edition format.
Click below for our step-by-step video guide on setting a paper up in MLA format.
This is the official CMS Website with a quick guide to the two citation styles within CMS; author-date and notes-bibliography. Complete access to the CMS website requires a subscription.
This website from the University of Chicago presents how to cite common sources in both Notes/Bibliography and Parenthetical/References styles of Turabian. It also links to explanations about Turabian style and helpful tips and guides.
This is an instructional document for students that defines and provides samples of an annotated bibliography. There are both MLA and APA examples on this printable guide.