Citing Sources

This page will link you to numerous guides explaining how to use different citation styles to properly cite the sources you use to support your own ideas when writing a research paper.

The following guides were prepared by the Academic Skills Centre (ASC). The ASC is located inside the library, and provides students with tutoring and support to develop effective study skills, such as note-taking, time management, researching & writing, and effective communication in English.

D3.1 Annotated Bibliography (PDF)
Other Citation Style Guides
Citation & Style Guides
Concordia University Libraries
Includes citation guides for APA, MLA, Turabian, Chicago and other citation styles.
The OWL at Purdue
Purdue University
The Online Writing Lab (OWL) houses writing resources and instructional material. You will find information to assist with many writing projects e.g. how to do a bibliography in MLA or APA formats, etc.
How to Cite Canadian Government Documents
MLA Style
Simon Fraser University Library
This guide was developed by SFU Librarians concentrating on the MLA citation of Canadian Government documents.
APA Style
Simon Fraser University Library
This guide was developed by SFU Librarians concentrating on the APA citation of Canadian Government documents.
How to Cite Legal Sources
Provides brief examples for how to cite legal documents – e.g., case law and legislation – in APA style. Also offers a comprehensive Guide to Legal Citation.