Writing, Citation, and Style Guides
On this page:
- APA Style
- From Purdue University, a guide to the American Psychological
Association's publication format.
APA Style Help
- From the American Psychological Association (APA).
APA Style Tutorial
- A 20-minute video tutorial from the APA.
Citing Internet Resources
- NoodleTools free tools
- Citation helper for MLA, APA, and Chicago styles, and knowledge base of advice about how to cite a source.
Citing Your Sources
- From UC Berkeley Teaching Library. Includes printable style examples for APA, MLA, Chicago, and Turabian styles.
Grammar & Usage
- Guide to Grammar
- A well-organized website created by an English professor for his classes.
With an archive of previously asked questions, and interactive quizzes
to test your knowledge.
- From the University of Illinois Writers Workshop.
The resources are organized into Handbooks covering grammar, citation styles, and writing techniques. Also has links to ESL resources.
Resources for Writers
- This large collection of useful grammar and style information is part
of the online instructional materials used in the Purdue University OWL
(On-line Writing Lab) progam.
- The Elements of Style
- The Strunk & White
classic, from Project Bartleby.
How Users Read
on the Web
- A concise outline based on usability testing of how readers respond
to writing style on web pages, with tips to improve usability.