American Psychological Association (APA):
Electronic References. New revised format.
APA Style Guide to Electronic Sources
Information in History Papers by Maurice Crouse, Department
of History, University of Memphis
Electronic Sources from the Library of Congress
Electronic Sources -- Provided by the Purdue University On-line
Writing Lab. Adapted from the 4th edition of the MLA Handbook
for Writers of Research Papers for citing electronic resources.
The LSU Library has a copy of the 5th edition at Reserve and another
one at Reference. The call number is: Ref. LB2369 .G53 1999.
Formats for On-line Sources from Emory University.
Sources from Baylor University
Sources: APA Style of Citation from the University of Vermont
By Disciplines from University of Tennessee, School of Information
Citations by Candace Elliott Person, JD
Style from the official MLA web site
Style Guide from the University of Michigan
See also the following works in the Reference section of the
La Sierra University Library:
Li, Xia and Nancy B. Crane. Electronic Styles: A Handbook
for Citing Electronic Information. Medford, NJ: Information
Today, 1996. Ref. PN171.F56 L5 1996.
Walker, Janice R. The Columbia Guide to Online Style.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1998. Ref. PN171.F56 W35