Below are additional citation tools. Remember that the style manuals themselves provide the most accurate information.
APA, MLA, Chicago, IEEE
APA, MLA, Chicago
The Armacost Library has print copies of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association available.
Librarians can help you with questions about how to cite an item in APA style.
When citing maps and other less-traditional sources, start with the citation style (e.g., APA, MLA) recommended by your professor, then build or modify as necessary. As the researcher, you'll have to decide how you'll cite your resources and which citation elements you'll need to include. Providers of information sometimes specify how they want their sources cited; check to see if such instructions are available.