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Citation Tools: Other Sites

Information and assistance in using a variety of citation tools

Son of Citation Machine

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Son of Citation Machine is a citation generator that allows users to create citations by filling in information about the source. Supports MLA, APA, Turabian, and Chicago style formatting. Also has an ISBN look-up that will generate a citation based on a book's ISBN number. Helps create citations for A LOT of differnt source types.

Make Citations

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Make Citation is a citation generating website that provides a variety of formats to choose from include MLA, APA, Chicago-Turabian, Harvard, ASA, SSF, and Vancouver. Within each of these formats it provides a substantial list of print and non-print sources.



- Make a bibliography. It's free, easy and OttoMatic

Ottobib is a fairly simple citation generator that uses the ISBN of a book to create the citation. It supports MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian formats. It's perfect for citing books but has no feature to cite electronic sources.


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CiteFast is a user-friendly citation generator that supports MLA, APA, and Chicago formatting. Also helps users generate a title page.


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KnightCite was created by the Hekman Library of Calvin College as a reliable and efficient means of citing sources for its students. The generator is provided free of service and their is an option to create an account so you have more access privileges such as saving citations for later and alphabetizing them. Supports MLA, APA, and Chicago style formatting. Also cites a wide variety of sources including, books, anthologies, multimedia, periodicals, communications, and online sources.


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Citelighter is a citation generating tool that can create citations while you find sources. By going to the homepage you can download Citelighter onto your tool bar so that you can capture quotes and citations as you find them. You can even add your own comments to use as reference later. You can then use all the data you've collected in your research paper! Supports MLA, APA, and Chicago formats.