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American Psychological Association Citation Guide (http://www.apastyle.org/elecref.html)
Citation Style Guides from the Seattle Central Community College Library. Just right for students who need to write bibliographies using specific citation style: Modern Language Association (MLA), Chicago (Turabian), American Psychological Association (APA), and American Anthropological Association (AAA). Includes examples of specific citations, links to other Web sources explaining the citation styles, and examples of electronic reference formats.
University of Washington TRIO, part of a U.S. Department of
Education program aimed at helping low-income Americans prepare
for higher education. Interactive exercises provide practice
in "putting citation elements (Title, Author, etc.) into
the correct MLA or APA style order." Chart compare APA
(American Psychological Association) and MLA (Modern Language
Association) citations, allowing students to drag and drop
parts of citations into the appropriate order.
Kingwood College Paper & Electronic Format Citing Source Guides: for APA (American Psychological Association) (http://www.nhmccd.edu/contracts/lrc/kc/apastyle.htm) and MLA (Modern Language Association) styles (http://www.nhmccd.edu/contracts/lrc/kc/mlastyle.htm).
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Center (http://www.wisc.edu/writing/Handbook)