Borzoi Handbook for Writers. (Ref 808.02 C867a) 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1993.
Chicago/Turabian Documentation - From the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Citation Machine - Type in the information, and this site will show you how to cite references in the APA and MLA formats.
Cite Sources - From the University of Texas.
Citing Sources - Easy to use menu, where you choose which citation you are looking for. It shows the major styles of citation: MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian. From Duke Libraries, Guide to Library Research.
Evaluate Web Pages - (Widener University / Wolfgram Memorial Library. See the PowerPoint Slide Presentation/Presentation Outline and Web evaluation checklists for excellent tips on evaluating Web sources.
Harbrace College Handbook. (Ref 808.042 H666) 12th ed. Forth Worth: Harcourt Brace Javanovich, 1994.
Little, Brown Compact Handbook. (Ref 808.042 Aa75) 7th ed. New York: Longman, 2009.
Sources - Great for both print and electronic sources. Choose what type of citation you are attempting to add to your source list, and it will give you an example of each style: MLA, APA, etc. Also looks at plagiarism, and why sources are cited. From Dartmouth.
St. Martin's Handbook. (Ref 808.02 L973) Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, c2003. See also St. Martin's Handbook - Free registration to access online exercises for both MLA and APA citation, plus writing help, samples of bibliographies, and more.
Style/Citation Guides and Publications - Select Modern Language Association (MLA) Style Guide in Adobe Acrobat format. A general guide to using MLA style (William Paterson College, Sarah Byrd Askew Library).
Turabian Style Guide - Similar to Chicago above, here are examples of citations from Ohio State University. Includes 'scientific' and 'humanities' styles.