Citations provide the information necessary for readers to identify and retrieve each source you use. When you use someone else's words or ideas in your papers, you should create an In-text citation within your paper and a References List citation at the end of the paper. Each In-text citation should lead to a References Page/List citation, and each References Page/List citation should come from an In-text citation.
Use the Purdue OWL MLA Formatting and Style Guide templates to put together your Works Cited page citations:
Use the MLA Style Manual (3rd ed.) for further help with citing your sources.
Use the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.) to correctly cite your sources and format your research papers.
Help from the American Psychological Association
Use the American Psychological Association's APA Style website for help with formatting your citations and your paper:
Help from the Purdue OWL
Use the Purdue OWL APA Style (7th Ed.) Guide for help with putting together your citations: