Help with MLA and Chicago Style
Citations and Formatting
If you need help with creating MLA or Chicago style citations or formatting your research papers to these styles, you have a number of good options for assistance.
- The Oregon State Library Information System (OSLIS) provides a handy MLA citation maker program on their website. Click here to access this site.- Our Library has multiple copies of the most recent MLA Handbook (8th edition) and Chicago Manual of Style ready for check out. These guides tell you all you need to know about citing your sources and formatting your papers in these styles. Check for current availability by clicking the "Search the Library Catalog" link below.
- Other great web options for automated citations include Citation Machine and EasyBib. You can find on-line tools for MLA, APA, Chicago style and more on these sites.
- For a quick visual guide to the 8th edition of the MLA format, click here.
|Last Updated: 3/23/17|