The Cite your Sources guide links students to resources on creating citations and papers in MLA, APA, and Chicago Style. There are many citation styles in use but these three are the most commonly used in general education courses at Vol State.
NoodleTools is a web-based citation management tool that creates citations and a properly formatted Works Cited (Bibliography) with your sources. Thigpen Library subscribes to this tool and provides free accounts to current students, faculty, and staff. Learn more and create your account from our NoodleTools guide.
Need personal help with citations or creating a paper in the correct style? Contact the Learning Commons.
The medical field uses AMA (American Medical Association) style for writing research papers and citing sources. Here are links to resources for AMA style both online and in the library. NoodleTools does not provide AMA citations.
CSE is also known as Scientific Style. It is commonly used by writers in areas of science for publication in science journals. Here are links to some online resources. NoodleTools does not provide CSE citations.
In addition, online help is available through eLearn. Look for the links to Essay Review and Writing Support in the Academic Support support of your course page in eLearn.