How to Cite Your Work

Various disciplines use different styles for citation purposes. Check with your professor for the required format for your assignment.

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MLA Format (Modern Language Association) Used in English and Education

  • Citing Print Sources examples of citations including books, journals, and reprinted works such as 20th Century Literary Criticism (Gale) articles.
  • Citing Electronic Sources examples of citations including how to cite articles retrieved from Academic Onefile and other DelVal databases.

APA Format (American Psychological Association) Used in Education and Criminal Justice

American Association for Laboratory Animal Science format
In Fall 2014, the Animal Biotechnology and Conservation department will require Chicago Manual of Style, rather than American Association for Laboratory Animal Science format.

Chicago Manual of Style Sample Citations
In Fall 2014, the Animal Biotechnology and Conservation department will require Chicago Manual of Style, rather than American Association for Laboratory Animal Science format.

Council of Scientific Editors (CSE) Name-Year Format

Journal of Animal Science & Journal of Dairy Science Format

Quick Guide to Associated Press Style from Boston University

American Society for Horticultural Science Citation Format