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Citation Builders

Enter your citation information into the boxes and poof! Instant formatting. Just make sure to double check the formatting with a style manual.

  • EasyBib
    A web-based tool for creating and organizing citations in MLA, APA, and Chicago/ Turabian. Create a username and password to get started.
  • NoodleBib
    NoodleBib is a web-based program that assists in the creation of MLA Works Cited, APA and Turabian Reference lists, and Chicago Notes
  • UNC Chapel Hill Citation Builder
    For MLA, APA, CSE, and Chicago
  • KnightCite
    From the Hekman Library. For APA, MLA, and Chicago.
  • CiteMe
    A facebook app that creates citations in MLA, APA, Chicago/Turabian styles.

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Welcome! This is a guide to help you create accurate citations and format your papers according to your selected style guide. Check with your instruction to find out what citation style you should be using for your class. Use the tabs at the top to navigate the different citation styles.


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MBC Writing Center

Through face-to-face sessions (in Academic 408) and in online sessions, the writing center helps students with all stages of the writing process:

  • narrowing a topic
  • generating ideas
  • organizing an essay
  • crafting a thesis
  • writing an initial essay
  • revising a draft
  • editing a final draft



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